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WebLogic Server throwing "weblogic.store.io.jdbc.JDBCStoreException" errors during startup with JDBC persistent store using oracle_blob.ddl (Doc ID 1083924.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 04, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle WebLogic Server - Version 10.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document is applicable for all versions of WebLogic starting WLS 10.3


Symptoms

Issue was found where WebLogic Server was throwing "weblogic.store.io.jdbc.JDBCStoreException" errors during startup with JDBC persistent store using oracle_blob.ddl.

This issue happens when "/oracle_blob.ddl" is specified as input for "Create Table from DDL File" in the WLS admin console for JDBC Persistent store as mentioned in the documentation section "Enabling Oracle BLOB Record Columns" when using oracle_blob.ddl.

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E15523_01/web.1111/e13701/store.htm#i1145173

The following exception trace occurs in the WLS logs at the time of startup:

Caused By: weblogic.store.io.jdbc.JDBCStoreException: [Store:280064][Store:280070]JDBC store failed to initialize. It did not find an already existing database table and failed to create a new empty table because it could not locate the configured DDL file "/oracle_blob.ddl". (server="AdminServer" store="JDBCStore-Name" table="servername_WLStore")
at weblogic.store.io.jdbc.JDBCStoreIO.createTable(JDBCStoreIO.java:590)
at weblogic.store.io.jdbc.JDBCStoreIO.open(JDBCStoreIO.java:346)
at weblogic.store.internal.PersistentStoreImpl.recoverStoreConnections(PersistentStoreImpl.java:332)
at weblogic.store.internal.PersistentStoreImpl.open(PersistentStoreImpl.java:323)
at weblogic.store.admin.AdminHandler.activate(AdminHandler.java:135)
Truncated. see log file for complete stacktrace

Cause

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