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AIA SessionPool Manager errors out with .PropertyNotFoundException: Property Not Found SystemConfiguration/all_hosts.Password (Doc ID 1507810.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 21, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Order to Cash Integration Pack for Oracle Communications Order and Service Management - Version 11.2 to 11.2 [Release 11.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


O2A AIA PIP version 11.2
Foundation Pack

The composite AIASessionPoolManager has been working correctly until a restart of the SOA environment.
The composite is now fails to initialise and the following error is noted in the SOA log file:
This time we got exception as

Caused by: faultName: {{}AIASessionPoolManagerFault}
messageType: {{}RuntimeFaultMessage}
parts: {{
summary=xmlns:def="" xsi:type="def:string" xmlns:xsi=""> faultName: {{}AIASessionPoolManagerFault}
messageType: {{}RuntimeFaultMessage}
parts: {{
summary=<summary xmlns:def="" xsi:type="def:string" xmlns:xsi="">Error on AIASessionPoolManager.bpel when attempting Get operation&lt;/summary>
,detail=<detail xmlns:def="" xsi:type="def:string" xmlns:xsi="">Error on AIASessionPoolManager.bpel: Operation=Get.
SessionPoolHost.getSession(SEBL_01,54322): getSession(SEBL_01,54322) failed: Thread [[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '3' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] faild to initialize the session pool. Error on getSystemModuleProperty(moduleName= SessionPoolManager, Property name= SEBL_01.Password) from aia configuration properties:  
oracle.apps.aia.core.config.PropertyNotFoundException: Property Not Found (SystemConfiguration/all_hosts.Password).
,code=&lt;code xmlns:def="" xsi:type="def:string" xmlns:xsi="">Error&lt;/code>}


Note the ReloadProcess composite fails also:

1. From EM, find the ReloadProcess.
2. Click on the Test tab
3. Under the Request tab -> Security, select the WSS Username Token
4. Enter Username (weblogic) and Passwod
5. For the input just enter the value test.
6. Now click on the Test Web Service


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