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BI Publisher 12c : Modify Data Model : ServletException: HTTP Status: 500, Servlet name: res, Request URI: /xmlpserver/servlet/res, Exception Msg: Security violation: /<PATH>/Data Models/<DATA_MODEL_NAME>.xdm, user: weblogic (Doc ID 2629600.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2020

Applies to:

Business Intelligence Server Enterprise Edition - Version 12.2.1.2.180717 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Users cannot save BIP Datamodels that are based on OBIEE analysis.

 

The below error occurs while saving the BIP Datamodel :

Failed to load servlet /res?s=%***~weblogic%****F_temp%**********-c*b*-****-****-*ed******af*.xdm&desc=&_sTkn=<Token>.


BI Publisher log file shows following error :

[bi_server1] [WARNING] [] [oracle.xdo] [tid: 120] [userId: ] [<ecid>] [APP: bipublisher] [partition-name: DOMAIN] [tenant-name: GLOBAL] ServletException: HTTP Status: 500, Servlet name: res, Request URI: /xmlpserver/servlet/res, Exception Msg: Security violation: /<PATH>/Data Models/<DATA_MODEL_NAME>.xdm, user: weblogic, expect: 516, actual: 3897, Exception Type: java.lang.SecurityException
[bi_server1] [WARNING] [] [oracle.xdo] [tid: 120] [userId: ] [<ecid>] [APP: bipublisher] [partition-name: DOMAIN] [tenant-name: GLOBAL] java.lang.SecurityException: Security violation: /<PATH>/Data Models/<DATA_MODEL_NAME>.xdm, user: weblogic, expect: 516, actual: 3897[[
at oracle.xdo.servlet.resources.catalog.CatalogServiceUtil.updateValidation(CatalogServiceUtil.java:2331)
at oracle.xdo.servlet.resources.catalog.ResourceCatalogServiceImpl.update(ResourceCatalogServiceImpl.java:1021)
at oracle.xdo.servlet.resources.catalog.ResourceCatalogServiceImpl.update(ResourceCatalogServiceImpl.java:1016)
at oracle.xdo.servlet.resources.ResourceServlet.xdosave(ResourceServlet.java:3592)
at oracle.xdo.servlet.resources.ResourceServlet.service(ResourceServlet.java:210)

 

Changes

This issue can be observed mostly after a sudden crash of OBIEE server components ( obips and obis).

Cause

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