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Oracle BPEL Process Manager 10g - Troubleshooting BPEL Console Error "No domains accessible to the user logged in." (Doc ID 1284764.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 17, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite
Oracle(R) BPEL Process Manager 10g - Version 10.1.2.0.2 to 10.1.3.5.0
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 12-May-2014***

Purpose

Troubleshooting BPEL Console Error "No domains accessible to the user logged in" for Oracle BPEL Process Manager 10g

Troubleshooting Steps

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In this Document
Purpose
Troubleshooting Steps
 Before Troubleshooting (Start here)
 (Before Troubleshooting - Check for forgotten script)
      1. Are the Database and Database Listener Up and Running? (details)
 (Question 1 - detailed)
         NO--->See Solution 1.
 Solution 1
         YES--->Continue to Question 2.
      2. Can You Connect from the BPEL Server to the Database? (details)
 (Question 2 - detailed)
         NO--->See Solution 2.
 Solution 2
         YES--->Continue to Question 3.
      3. Have You Recently Upgraded or Patched Your Installation? (details)
 (Question 3 - detailed)
         NO--->Skip to Question 6.
         YES--->Continue to Question 4.
      4. Is the ORABPEL Schema Version Correct for Your Installation?(details)
 (Question 4 - detailed)
         NO--->See Solution 4.
 Solution 4
         YES--->Continue to Question 5.
      5. Are You Using OID as the Identity Service?(details)
 (Question 5 - detailed)
         NO--->Continue to Question 6.
         YES--->See Solution 5.
 Solution 5
      6. Have You Recently Configured Anything with SSO?(details)
 (Question 6 - detailed)
         NO--->Continue to Question 7.
         YES--->See Solution 6.
 Solution 6
      7.  Have You Changed JAZN Providers? (details)
 (Question 7 - detailed)
         NO--->Continue to Question 8.
         YES--->See Solution 7.
 Solution 7
      8.  Do You See "Shutting down all domains" During Startup or ORABPEL-02052? (details)
 (Question 8 - detailed)
         NO--->Please log a SR with Oracle Support for Further Assistance.
 End Troubleshooting
         YES--->See Solution 8.
 Solution 8
References

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