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I am now hitting the following error,
Expecting p_company or wwv_flow_company cookie to contain security group id of application owner.
Error ERR-7620 Could not determine workspace for application (737677).
I read about this error.
My question is do we need to uninstall ilma and then
sqlplus "sys/my_password@ORCLDB as sysdba"
@ilma_install my_password ILM_ASSISTANT ORCLDB
as suggested by you earlier in other thread?
I reinstalled ilma. The spool log says the installation is successful.
@c:\ilm\ilma_install flows_030100 ilm-toolkit orcl
when I start ilma, I am getting 'database account' and 'password', I created a user oracomp with the appropriate privileges, but in vain. There is no login happening.
Displays 'Error on page' with no detail.
The post-installation script execution time depends on the number of metadata objects in your database. If you don't have 1000s of tables, then it will finish quickly.
Now, regarding the failure to run, I will have to do a little investigation. I will post another reply when I have something to report.
Can you see the ILM Workspace listed as an existing workspace via the APEX administration page? On my 10g environment I used the ADMIN account and APEX system installation password to access my APEX admin page, which for my instance called BEANS was like this:
Then you can use the manage workspace option to check the details of the ILM application. This will allow you to see if the username you are entering for the main page is listed as being assigned to the ILM application. If your user is not listed as either a developer or user it is possible to use the admin tools to assign your user to the application. But if you need to add your user I would have expected an error message when you tried to login.
Make sure you are not blocking cookies via your browser as this will stop the ILM application from loading.
The other option is this might be related to bug 4244021, which you can view via Metalink. The bug relates to an incorrect configuration parameter with the HTTP server. In the files dads.conf, marvel.conf, wdbsvr.app there is a reference to a line which states:
this should read, according to the bug as follows:
As usual when modifying configuration files, I would stop the HTTP Server, first then make backup copies of the files before changing them and restarting the HTTP Server
Hope this helps
Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) is a set of policies and techniques for managing data during its lifetime. The ILM Assistant provides the information you need to manage your data from its initial creation through to deletion or lifetime retention. In this initial release the ILM Assistant generates scripts to perform tasks such as moving data onto a different storage tier. Fluke
Edited by: user10829913 on Feb 16, 2009 1:02 AM