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E1: SVM: JAS: Unable To Synchronize HTML Instance Due To Leftover Containers In Weblogic AdminServer (Doc ID 2536525.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 23, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Server manager unable to synchronize one web server.  All others work fine.

PLATFORM
1. EnterpriseOne (E1) Application Release: 9.0
2. EnterpriseOne Tools Release: 9.2.1.9
3. Enterprise Server Operating System (OS) and service pack: Microsoft Windows x64 (64-bit) 2012 R2
4. Database Type/Version/OS: Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition 11.2.0.4 / on AS400
5. Web Server Type/Version/OS: Weblogic 12.1.3

Error message on screen:

  1. Could not update remote configuration files for instance JDEWEBPD04_BCPY_8084. Verify that the WebLogic configuration is not locked. This may also be caused when one or more servers of a cluster is not running. Make sure the configuration is not locked and all the servers in the cluster are running and perform the sychronization again. Check logs for root cause. Exception invoking method startApplication

          Failure during invoke:invoke(, , synchronizeConfiguration) javax.management.MBeanException : Could not update remote configuration files for instance JDEWEBPD04_BCPY_8084. Verify that the   WebLogic configuration is not locked. This may also be caused when one or more servers of a cluster is not running. Make sure the configuration is not locked and all the servers in the cluster are running and perform the sychronization again. Check logs for root cause. Exception invoking method startApplication

Screenshot of server manager popup error:

 

 

 

 

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Cause

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