We've installed Oracle Tuxedo Application Rehosting Workbench 12cR1 (220.127.116.11) for Linux (64-bit), from edelivery.oracle.com.
When we try to install the last rolling patch RP014 it returns the error - "file registry.xml does not exist" in the oracle home directory from ART.
Usually this error occurs when the installer for the Tuxedo product cannot find the registry.xml file in the Oracle home directory
or there is a problem reading the file(e.g. corrupted or incorrect permissions).
Do you have an ORACLE_HOME environment variable defined which points correctly to the directory containing the registry.xml.
Does that registry.xml file containing information about the Tuxedo 12c ART Workbench product you installed and are the permissions
on the file set so that you can access it?
Tuxedo installers use InstallAnywhere for installation. On Linux you may "export LAX_DEBUG=true"(e.g. using ksh) prior to running the RP installer
and save the stdout to a file. You may then review the file for additional details about what the installer had problems with.
Thank you for your answer.
It´s not a problem of permissions or corrupted file.
The installer Oracle Tuxedo Application Rehosting Workbench 12cR1 (18.104.22.168) for Linux (64-bit), from edelivery.oracle.com does not create a home directory neither a registry.xml file.
So I think we have to install ART Workbench again with another installer.