E1: JAS: Unable to Login to Web - Requesting A Spec in pathcode or Using Serialized Objects build for Different or Wrong Pathcode

(Doc ID 654573.1)

Last updated on MAY 30, 2017

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Scenario 1 - Only web instance started first is working fine on multiple web instances setup

JPY812, JPD812 and JDV812 have been configured to share a single JAS port Ex: 82. The same setup worked in older E1 release where 2 environments were accessing the same JAS port which is port 81.

There is an intermittent issue here, when logging into the HTML/Web client in JPY812 and JDV812 at the same time - whichever environment is logged into first, but after restarting the JAS/WEB server it works fine. But in the other environment, it only shows fast path and role only. It does not matter which sequence, the first environment (when first startup) always works fine, but the second environment always errors.  Entering an application in fastpath does not work.

After JAS starts, login to JPY812.  This works with no ssue.  Logout and login to JPD812, the following error appears in JDEROOT.LOG:

Requesting a spec in pathcode <PY812> and using serialized objects build for pathcode <PD812>

If the sequence is reversed, meaning restart the JAS Server from Enterprise Manager, first login JPD812, it is OK, then logout from JPD812 and login to JPY812 or other environment, similar errors are logged.

Are there any change in EnterpriseOne 8.12 running Oracle Application Server?

Can run multiple HTML or JAS environments on a single application server instance?


Scenario 2 - Newly Created JAS Environment Is Referencing Serialized Objects for Different Pathcode

A new JAS Environment (JCF900) is created for a custom pathcode ex: CF900. Created CF900 pathcode as a copy of DV900.

The JAS instance starts and a user attempts to login. Users are unable to login and the JAS logs indicate that the instance is pointing to the serialized objects for DV900 and not for CF900. Environment Director (P989400) was used to create the CF900 pathcode copied from DV900. Not all steps completed successfully and some steps had to be manually setup, such as: OCM's, Data Copy from DV900 Pathcode for Business Data, Control Tables and Central Objects. After creating CF900, a new full package was built and deployed for CF900 pathcode. This is for EnterpriseOne 9.0 with Tools Release on a Windows 2008 SP2 Enterprise Server. The database is a SQL Server 2008 SP1 and the JAS server is running: WebServer IBM Websphere on a Windows 2008 SP2 server.

In the JAS.LOG the following message appears:



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