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refhost.xml kludge is fixed

Mon, 2015-06-15 05:50
No More missing packages I wrote several times about manually editing refhost.xml. There's not need for it, just apply Patch 18231786.Frank

Wrong Java version on Unified Directory Server

Mon, 2015-06-08 06:09
Wrong version Java After losing the battle with the OS guys for control over java, I keep stumbling upon environments that have wrong java versions due to the fact java is installed in /usr/java, or /usr/bin.In such cases, this is the result:which java /usr/bin/java As I do not have control over /usr/bin, I install java in /oracle/middleware/java, so I would like which java /oracle/middleware/Frank


Wed, 2015-06-03 08:42
Identity and Access Management Patch Set 3 It has been launched last week. I have seen it in March, during a partner event in Paris, and there are quite a few changes and improvements to get exited about. Install over previous (not upgrade) I cloned my PS2 OAM machine, and the plan is to get PS3 running asap. So, I fire up the V11.1.1.9 RCU, and drop the existing schemas. Next, rerun the Frank

Access Denied - Access to administration console is restricted

Thu, 2015-05-07 05:56
Access Denied - Access to administration console is restricted. Ran into it, today. Again. This time, I'll make a proper blog entry, not like this one... This time, I actually did follow my own advice, but for the fact, I now am working in a multi-homed WebLogic environment - I simply pasted the wrong WLS home... Frank

Retrieving OAM keystore password

Mon, 2015-03-30 03:12
How to retrieve the password of OAM keystore If you ever need it; the password of the default OAM keystore password (which is generated) can be retrieved using: cd /oracle/middleware/oracle_common/common/bin ./ connect(); domainRuntime() listCred(map="OAM_STORE",key="jks") Would you like to change it, use resetKeystorePassword() Frank

BEA-090898 during PlugIn activation in clusters

Wed, 2015-03-18 08:42
Be Secure I did not mention it in my not so "OAM-in-a-day" entry, but when you run a clustered environment, make sure to set the "Secure" flag on the AdminServer and Managed Server configuration screens. It does have more impact that setting the "Use JSSE" flag on the SSL/Advanced section of the Weblogic console, but when you failed to do so, that's one place to correct it. Why? No particular Frank