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Checklist for Verifying Common Issues and Workarounds when Working with Database Adapter (Doc ID 1075711.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 30, 2022

Applies to:

OracleAS Adapters - Version and later
Oracle Enterprise Service Bus - Version to
Oracle(R) BPEL Process Manager 10g - Version and later
Oracle SOA Suite - Version and later
Oracle Service Bus - Version 10.3.1 to [Release AS10gR3 to 11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document addresses the most common issues known when using Oracle Database Adapter.
It provides guidance to find working solutions within the Oracle Support Knowledge Base.

Additionally, it will provide information about restrictions and enhanced features, that should be considered when using the Database Adapter together with other Middleware Components (Oracle BPEL Process Manager, Oracle Enterprise Service Bus, Oracle Mediator) 10.1.3.x to 11.1.1.x

This Note will be regularly updated to include the most recent knowledge about the Database Adapter.


This document is targeted both to developers who intend or already use the Database adapter in their applications and administrators who support solutions including the Database Adapter in their operational environments.


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In this Document
 Most common Problems
 Most common reasons, why the symptoms occur
 What do you need to check?
 User Guides
 Patching Level
 New Features for Database Adapter introduced with
 New Features for Database Adapter introduced with
 Known Limitations for Database Adapter in
 Generic restrictions and workarounds for J2CA Technology Adapters (
 Known Limitations for Database Adapter in
 Known Limitations for Database Adapter in
 Useful Notes
 Troubleshooting Connection failures
 Other pitfalls
 Avoid a two phase Logical delete polling pattern
 Additional Information

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