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Check your Managed Server logs and application logs,if you see any exception related to same.
During creation of JDBC for your domain.Kindly confirm me Jdbc data source has been assigned for your admin server (or) managed server in your domain.
Actually i did check Managed Server log and i didn't see any exception that elaborated more on the error. It only showed an exception that's of the same concept. I don't actually remember what it was because it's fixed now. It turned out that i had a misconfiguration in my JNDI tree. But thanks for your reply though and sorry for the late reply!
Hey J Manivel,
Thanks for your reply too and sorry for my late reply. It was actually assigned to the Adminserver at that time. But like i told Fabian it was related to my JNDI tree. Thanks again!