Last updated on NOVEMBER 22, 2016
Applies to:Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When trying to add People Connections to a custom WebCenter application and use them at runtime deployed on JDeveloper embedded WLS on a Windows platform the following error is shown:
Cause: There was an error executing adrci commands; the following errors have been found "DIA-48415: Syntax error found in string [create home base=C:\\Documents and Settings\\vijayku\\Application] at column 
DIA-48447: The input path [C:\\Documents and Settings\\vijayku\\Application Data\\JDeveloper\\system220.127.116.11.36.55.36\\DefaultDomain\\servers\\DefaultServer\\adr] does not contain any ADR homes
DIA-48447: The input path [diag\ofm\defaultdomain\defaultserver] does not contain any ADR homes
DIA-48494: ADR home is not set, the corresponding operation cannot be done
Action: Ensure that command line tool "adrci" can be executed from the command line.
The following parts of the Tutorial have been followed:
Oracle Fusion Middleware Tutorial for Oracle WebCenter Developers
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number E10273-03
Step 8: Add the People Connections Service to Your Application.
Step 9: Use the People Connections Service in Your Application at Runtime.
Steps to reproduce are e.g.:
1. Create a new application based on webcenter template.
2. Create a jspx page.
3. Drop a search taskflow on the new page.
4. Enable ADF security and add users like fmwamdin/orcladmin.
5. Save and run the page.
6. Login as fmwadmin.
7. Search for "fmwadmin" in search taskflow.
When it is returned under People service, click on it and it opens a dialog and throws the above error.
JDeveloper has been installed on Windows in a directory underneath C:/Documents and Settings/...
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