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Thanks for reply.. I'm not using any form virtualisation. The application server, web server and windows database are all on a laptop running windows 7.
The Ren Server buffer test runs OK and I can see the PeopleSoft logo when I run the buffer test.
However, the ping tests generates a (Notice) message in the PSRENSRV_0225.log file of:
(Dgb) tunnel id =
(Notice) Access denied, no PS_TOKEN and tunnel id found.
I am running the Ren Server with a log_severity_level =Debug .
That particular issue usually occurs if you don't have authentication domain set up on your web server and/or REN server. Try the following:
1) If the authentication domain is not set up on the web server, do the following:
a. Navigate to PeopleTools > Web Profile > Web Profile Configuration > General tab -> Authentication Domain
b. Enter the authentication domain. Eg .oracle.com /* Note leading dot character */
2) If authentication domain is not set up on the REN server, do the following:
a. Navigate to PeopleTools > REN Server Configuration > REN Server Cluster > REN Server Cluster tab > Authentication Token
b . Enter the authentication token. Eg oracle.com /* Note there is **no leading dot character */
Also make sure you are using same protocol to access PeopleSoft application and REN server (in other words, if you log into PeopleSoft application using https, then you need to access REN server using https)
I've looked at all those settings. I think my problem might be that I'm on a "Laptop" which does not have a domain. I'm using the laptop hosts file to mirror the URL used on our development web server. Everything looks good other than the Ren Server not being happy with the PS_TOKEN value.
Guess I've got some more head scratching to do. I got the Ren Server working in tools 8.52. However, I don't seem to be having much success with 8.53.