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    REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12

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      Hi,

      Im getting this error in R12 while running some of concurrent request.
      For example Active Responsibilities and Users / Active Users.

      REP-0069: Internal error
      REP-57054: In-process job terminated:Terminated with error:
      REP-3000: Internal error starting Oracle Toolkit.

      Please let me know your suggestions.

      Regards,
      Ram
        • 1. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
          Hussein Sawwan-Oracle
          For example Active Responsibilities and Users / Active Users
          What is the type of the concurrent programs? If it is bitmap, change it to text and check then.

          What is the value of $NLS_LANG at the application/database level?
          • 2. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
            544368
            Hi
            Even i am getting the following error:

            REP-0069: Internal error
            REP-57054: In-process job terminated:Terminated with error:
            REP-3000: Internal error starting Oracle Toolkit.

            Though the output format is Text, it is giving this error. Besides, X Display Server is installed on AIX machine. To verify, i tried to login using xterm (x manager) and tried to see the xclock.It is showing the clock. When i connect to AIX machine through console and tried to query > which x, it displays /usr /..../ X.

            Kindly help me to resolve the Oracle Toolkit error?
            Thanks
            • 3. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
              544368
              What is the value of $NLS_LANG at the application/database level?
              It is American_America.UTF8

              Does this help in diagnosing REP-3000: Internal Error starting Oracle Toolkit?
              Thanks
              • 4. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                Hussein Sawwan-Oracle
                1) Please verify that "Tk2Motif*fontMapCs" is set to "iso8859-1=UTF8" in the $ORACLE_HOME(8.0.6)/guicommon6/tk60/admin/Tk2Motif.rgb
                Tk2Motif*fontMapCs: iso8859-1=UTF8
                2) As applmgr user, source the env file then issue:
                $ echo $DISPLAY
                
                $ xclock -- Make sure you run "xhost+" as root before running this
                - Does DISPLAY retrun the IP Address of the server where CM is running?

                - Can you run the xclock?
                • 5. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                  544368
                  1) Please verify that "Tk2Motif*fontMapCs" is set to "iso8859-1=UTF8" in the $ORACLE_HOME(8.0.6)/guicommon6/tk60/admin/Tk2Motif.rgb
                  Tk2Motif*fontMapCs: iso8859-1=UTF8
                  In our Oracle Apps R12, i think the path is
                  $ORACLE_HOME(10.1.2)/guicommon/tk/admin/Tk2Motif.rgb file. In this file, there are two entries like
                  ! Tk2Motif*fontMapCs: iso8859-2=EE8ISO8859P2
                  ! Tk2Motif*fontMapCs: iso8859-15=WE8ISO8859P15

                  Which parameter do i need to change? Do i need to uncomment or not?

                  2) As applmgr user, source the env file then issue:
                  As applmgr when i try to source the env file, it gives error
                  ksh: APPSVIS_ebsdev.env: 0403-006 Execute permission denied.

                  I changed the permission to execute, then i could able to source the environment (Remember Fresh Oracle Apps R12 Installation).

                  $ echo $DISPLAY
                  Displays nothing (Blank)

                  - Does DISPLAY retrun the IP Address of the server where CM is running?
                  No

                  $ xclock -- Make sure you run "xhost+" as root before running this
                  - Can you run the xclock?
                  when i try to run xhost+ using root id, it displays following error
                  ksh: xhost+: not found.

                  And when i run xclock using applmgr, it displays error
                  Error: Can't open display:

                  Thanks
                  • 6. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                    544368
                    2) As applmgr user, source the env file then issue:
                    $ echo $DISPLAY
                    $ xclock -- Make sure you run "xhost+" as root before running this
                    - Does DISPLAY retrun the IP Address of the server where CM is running?
                    - Can you run the xclock?
                    $echo $DISPLAY, displays
                    ipaddress of my pc:0.0
                    It is not showing Server IP address where CM is running!

                    When i run xclock, it shows clock.
                    Thanks
                    • 7. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                      Hussein Sawwan-Oracle
                      In our Oracle Apps R12, i think the path is
                      $ORACLE_HOME(10.1.2)/guicommon/tk/admin/Tk2Motif.rgb
                      file. In this file, there are two entries like
                      ! Tk2Motif*fontMapCs: iso8859-2=EE8ISO8859P2
                      ! Tk2Motif*fontMapCs: iso8859-15=WE8ISO8859P15

                      Which parameter do i need to change? Do i need to uncomment or not?
                      Comment both lines, and add the following:
                      Tk2Mofif*fontMapCs: iso8859-1=UTF8
                      2) As applmgr user, source the env file then issue:
                      As applmgr when i try to source the env file, it gives error
                      ksh: APPSVIS_ebsdev.env: 0403-006 Execute permission denied.
                      I can see that you have already fixed this.
                      $ echo $DISPLAY
                      Displays nothing (Blank)

                      - Does DISPLAY retrun the IP Address of the server where CM is running?
                      No
                      Set the DISPLAY to the IP Address or the hostname of the CM server, and check then.
                      • 8. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                        Hussein Sawwan-Oracle
                        ipaddress of my pc:0.0
                        It is not showing Server IP address where CM is running!
                        Because you have already set the DISPLAY to your client IP Address.

                        Do not use your localhost to set the DISPLAY, otherwise it should be up and connected all the time for the CM to work properly.

                        - Set the DISPLAY in the applmgr user's profile, make sure you can issue "xclock"
                        - Set the DISPLAY in the Application Context File
                        - Run AutoConfig
                        • 9. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                          544368
                          Thanks, i created Service Request and following with support engineer. Once it is done, i will update you.
                          Besides, Thanks for your patience and detailed reply.
                          Regards
                          ATEEQ
                          • 10. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                            544368
                            - Set the DISPLAY in the applmgr user's profile, make sure you can issue "xclock"
                            You mean to say, adding the line like
                            DISPLAY=<IP ADDRESS>:0.0;export DISPLAY

                            - Set the DISPLAY in the Application Context File
                            Give me the syntax for adding in Application Context File.

                            - Run AutoConfig
                            I will run AutoConfig later on.
                            Thanks.
                            • 11. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                              Hussein Sawwan-Oracle
                              You mean to say, adding the line like
                              DISPLAY=<IP ADDRESS>:0.0;export DISPLAY
                              Yes.
                              - Set the DISPLAY in the Application Context File
                              Give me the syntax for adding in Application Context File.
                              Search for "s_display" variable in the Application Context File (Under $APPL_TOP/admin), and set it to "<IP ADDRESS>:0.0"
                              • 12. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                                544368
                                You mean to say, adding the line like
                                DISPLAY=<IP ADDRESS>:0.0;export DISPLAY
                                Yes.
                                - Set the DISPLAY in the Application Context File
                                Give me the syntax for adding in Application Context File.
                                Search for "s_display" variable in the Application Context File (Under $APPL_TOP/admin), and set it to "<IP ADDRESS>:0.0"

                                ..Under .profile file, i made DISPLAY=<hostname>:0.0;export DISPLAY.In application context file, it is s_display variable is already present.
                                Then after changing in .profile file, ran AUTOCONFIG (appl_tier). Restarted the application tier services. Still the problem is same.
                                Can you suggest, some more tips?
                                Thanks
                                • 13. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                                  Fadi Hasweh
                                  after you set the disply on the server DISPLAY=<IP ADDRESS>:0.0;export DISPLAY as applmger where you able to run xclock successfully

                                  fadi
                                  http://oracle-magic.blogspot.com
                                  • 14. Re: REP-0069, REP-57054, REP-3000 in R12
                                    Hussein Sawwan-Oracle
                                    Are you able to run "xclock" as applmgr user before and after sourcing the env file?
                                    ran AUTOCONFIG (appl_tier)
                                    Check the value of the the "DISPLAY" environment variable in the CM script (adcmctl.sh).
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