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BI Publisher Integration into EM 12c fails to connect over HTTPS to server (Doc ID 1553244.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 11, 2019

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Version to [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
After completing the BI Publisher Integration (second attempt) per the instructions in Note 1392921.1, it still fails to display reports and shows errors in bipca_.log: Tried all: 1 addresses, but could not connect over HTTPS to server: port: 9702


Followed installation steps and the end of the configureBIP set returns and error and you cannot use BI Publisher or see any reports.

$ ./configureBIP
Logging started at /oracle/OMS/middleware/oms/cfgtoollogs/bip/bipca_<timestamp>.log.
Enter sysdba user name (sys):
Enter sysdba user password:
Enter Admin Server user password:
Enter Node Manager password:
Checking for SYSMAN_BIPLATFORM schema...
SYSMAN_BIPLATFORM schema already exists. Skipping schema creation.
Enter an integer between 9701 and 9800 for the BI Publisher HTTP server port. Enter -1 to disable the port (9701):
Enter an integer between 9701 and 9800 for the BI Publisher HTTPS server port. Enter -1 to disable the port (9702):
Extending domain with BI Publisher. This may take a few minutes...
BI Publisher server running at http://<hostname.domain>:9701/xmlpserver.
BI Publisher server running at https://<hostname.domain>:9702/xmlpserver.
Registering BI Publisher with Enterprise Manager and deploying reports...
oracle.sysman.sdkImpl.core.ip.model.bip.BIPRegistrationException: Warning: BI Publisher has been registered for use with Enterprise Manager.  However, logging into the Web Application "https://<hostname.domain>:9702/xmlpserver" has failed.
See log at /oracle/OMS/middleware/oms/cfgtoollogs/bip/bipca_<timestamp>.log for details.

The log shows:

However, when navigating to 'Enterprise' > 'Reports' > 'BI Publisher Enterprise Reports' you see only a partial page:

It should display a page similar to:


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