Lately in our production environment we saw that when some of our services where called in rapid succession, some of them failed. Under normal load we never had issues but under bigger load we saw the following error in our BPEL instances: Failure in Oracle WSM Agent, category= security, function=agent.function.client, stage=fault due to RuntimeException. java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Context of the same RID, 0:1:4 already present in this family, f42da30f-5c89-49d9-a4fd-bd2b7e80644e-00154a3f. It also seemed Continue ReadingIssue Soa Suite 12.1.3 Context of the same RID xxxxxx already present in this family
After installing bundle patch 188.8.131.52.5 we noticed that the flowinstance title of our instances in SOA where flakey. Meaning sometimes they appeared, but sometimes they didn’t. After some testing and going back and forth with Oracle support, we where not able to steadily reproduce the bug. We did come to a work-around though and that is forcing a dehydrate. Not the best option in my opinion but a possible workaround. Continue ReadingInstalling SOA BP 184.108.40.206.5 makes the flowinstance title disappear. Incoming workaround!
Recently we had a timing issue in our project. We were processing certain events and one event got processed before another one which caused a problem. A quick fix seemed possible by adding a Wait activity in our BPEL process which got processed too quickly. We added the Wait and set it to 2 seconds. We deployed it, ran our unit test again but it seemed to ignore the 2 Continue ReadingSynchronous BPEL process with a wait activity fails with a timeout
We where trying to connect from BPEL to a HTTPS service but we ran into SSL problems. After checking all the keystores and it’s locations, it still didn’t seem to pick our keystore up. The error we found in the log looked like this: Caused by: javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: sun.security.validator.ValidatorException: PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target