EM 12c : Integrating BI Publisher Fails Running ConfigureBIP Script with oracle.sysman.sdkImpl.core.ip.model.bip.BIPRegistrationException Web Application could not be Setup.:Error inserting BIPInstance row or Logging into the Web Application Failed (Doc ID 1478564.1)

Last updated on JUNE 12, 2014

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Version 12.1.0.1.0 to 12.1.0.1.0 [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

You are integrating BI Publisher Enterprise Manager 12c (with Bundle Patch 1 applied) according to the documentation, but are having errors on the console when running the configureBIP script. You are able to install the BI Publisher software in stand-alone mode, but the configureBIP script fails with these errors:

Case #1

The console displays:

Extending domain with BI Publisher. This may take a few minutes...
Error while extending domain with BI Publisher.
Error storing BI Publisher information into credential store.
Registering BI Publisher with Enterprise Manager and deploying reports...
oracle.sysman.sdkImpl.core.ip.model.bip.BIPRegistrationException: Error: BI Publisher Web Application could not be setup.:Error inserting BIPInstance row for :https://hostname.domain:9702/xmlpserver: java.io.IOException
See log at /u01/app/oracle/middleware/oms/cfgtoollogs/bip/bipca_20120421133601.log for details.

During this time, the WebLogic admin server crashes or is killed. Also, the component oracle.security.apm(11.1.1.3.0) will no longer be running. Restarting the oms will restart the Admin server, but oracle.security.apm will remain down.

Additionally, the bipca_20120421133601.log displays the following errors:

Changes

Case #1 - You downloaded and did a software-only install of Business Intelligence Publisher to the newly-created middleware HOME using the wrong version (any version other than the supported version: 11.1.1.5)

Case #2 - Enterprise Manager 12c was installed into a High Availability (HA) environment with the ./runInstaller ORACLE_HOSTNAME=LBRHostName.Domain command switch (i.e. Load Balancer hostname of: ourOMS.com instead of the actual host name of: ourOMS01.com).

Cause

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