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"No Domains Accessible To The User Logged In" / ORABPEL-00230 (Doc ID 1309415.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle ESB - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After running the chgiphost script to change the IP address of your server you are unable to login into the BPELConsole due to the following error:

"No domains accessible to the user logged in"

In the default_group~oc4j_soa~default_group~1 log file the following error is generated:

<collaxa> <ServerDescriptorManager::create> Detected server descriptor version '2.0.2'
11/02/10 08:16:36 ORABPEL-00230

Missing adaptor resource configuration.
The adaptor resource file "com.collaxa.cube.admin.adaptors.config_ias_dev" for the application server "ias_dev" cannot be found in the current classpath. This resource file contains all the JNDI mappings required for the BPEL process domain to initialize. The application server "ias_dalagldevapg" may not be currently supported by OraBPEL.

11/02/10 08:16:36 at com.collaxa.cube.admin.adaptors.ServerAdaptorResources.setLocale(
11/02/10 08:16:36 at com.collaxa.cube.admin.adaptors.ServerAdaptorResources.<init>(
11/02/10 08:16:36 at com.collaxa.cube.admin.adaptors.ServerAdaptorResources.init(
11/02/10 08:16:36 at com.collaxa.cube.admin.ServerManager.__init(
11/02/10 08:16:36 at com.collaxa.cube.admin.ServerManager.init(
11/02/10 08:16:36 at com.collaxa.cube.ejb.impl.ServerBean.init(
11/02/10 08:16:36 at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
11/02/10 08:16:36 at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(
11/02/10 08:16:36 at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(
11/02/10 08:16:36 at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(


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