[Error ORABPEL-10902]: compilation failed, When Deploying A BPEL Process Calling Partnerlink WSDL With SSL (Doc ID 1091051.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle(R) BPEL Process Manager - Version 10.1.3.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

This issue was noticed in 10.1.3.4 MLR#9.This issue could very well possibly be available in lowers versions of 10.1.3.4 MLRX.

BPEL process invokes a secured partner link (HTTPS). When deploying this BPEL process to BPEL PM server,  you will witness the below error message:


[deployProcess] Deploying process
D:\software\oracle\JDev\jdevstudio10134\jdev\mywork\Application1\InvokeHellowH
ttps\output\bpel_InvokeHellowHttps_1.0.jar

BUILD FAILED
D:\software\oracle\JDev\jdevstudio10134\jdev\mywork\Application1\InvokeHellowH
ttps\build.xml:78: A problem occured while connecting to server
@ "<Domain>" using port "<Port>":
bpel_InvokeHellowHttps_1.0.jar failed to deploy. Exception message is: Error
while loading process.
The process domain encountered the following errors while loading the process
"InvokeHellowHttps" (revision "1.0"): BPEL validation failed.
BPEL source validation failed, the errors are:
[Error ORABPEL-10902]: compilation failed
[Description]: in "bpel.xml", XML parsing failed because "undefined part
element.
In WSDL at
"https://<Domain>:<Port>/orabpel/default/SayHellowBPEL/1.0?WSDL", message
part element
@ "{http://xmlns.oracle.com/SayHellowBPEL}SayHellowBPELProcessResponse" is not defined in any of the schemas.
Please make sure the spelling of the element QName is correct and the WSDL
import is complete.
".
[Potential fix]: n/a.


If you have installed a patch to the server, please check that the
bpelcClasspath domain property includes the patch classes.


Total time: 5 seconds

Cause

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