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Confirm if the OS is Windows?
If yes, then we have a known issue.
On Unix ports we use post_deploy.sh which explicitly sets EMDROOT. This is not the case in post_deploy.bat
Issue is being investigated in the following bug:
Bug 16061278: RUNNING POST_DEPLOY.BAT FOR PATCH 14833587 FAILS WITH NOCLASSDEFFOUNDERROR
As a work around follow the steps provided below:
1. Set the EMDROOT variable manually:
2. Then execute the post script: post_deploy.bat
This fails with the following error now:
Post deploy OMS automation script [Version: 18.104.22.168.5, Build date: 5th February, 2012]
Please enter Patch Location: C:\Oracle\oem\oms\14833587\
Please enter SYSMAN password:
The script will run the following command(s):
c:\oracle\oem\oms\bin\emctl applypatch repos -patchHome C:\Oracle\oem\oms\14833587\
Please monitor log file "C:\Oracle\oem\oms\14833587\log\2013-01-18-14-32-07.log"...
The system cannot find the path specified.
Script failed to complete due to command failures. Please check log file for err
3. Now from the above error, pick the command which it executes internally and run it manually:
<OMS_HOME>\bin\emctl applypatch repos -patchHome Patch Location\14833587\
Now the patch application is completed.
Perfect!! this workaround works.
When this bug will be fixed?
HI,1 person found this helpful
Thanks for the confirmations!! As of now, no ETA. Its been under review with the Dev.
This was the workaround we have got internally.