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From the errors :
In the server startup log I find the following error before the server state changed to RUNNING
BAM-01324: Unable to establish BAM administrator account.
java.lang.Exception: BAM administrator account OracleSystemUser does not have administrator privileges.
It looks to me that you are starting the BAM components with a user who does not have admin privilages.
So, try to login with the user who is a part of the Admin group with admin privilages, with which you installed and configured BAM.
Hope this helps!
Thanks for the quick reply. I am running the BAM server as the same OS user who installed it. The user had ORA_DBA and Administrators under its groups. I removed the ORA_DBA and retained just the Administrators group. Still no luck.
The OracleSystemUser is the default BAM user who has the admin privileges. Is that associated with a OS user?
Even i'm getting the same exception...
<BEA-000000> <EventEngine: Encountered a problem while connecting to ADC>
<BEA-000000> <EventEngine: Following exception occured while connecting to ADC oracle.bam.common.remoting.ServiceUnavailableException: BAM-00223: Service interface oracle.bam.adc.common.core.IDataStore is unavailable.>
Request you to post the answer at the earliest......
Hello SOA gurus,
We're getting the same error as well. Our's a Linux environment and we've configured 2 managed servers (soa_server and bam_server)
Log file for the bam_server throws up this error message periodically. Looks like the other server doesn't. Does this message pertain to only BAM server ? (I'm new to SOA suite).
Also, is this a show stopper ? I've seen the managed server going down at times and wasn't sure if it was due to this error. Don't know if this error can be ignored or need to fix.
Can someone help on how to fix this really soon please ?