Can ALBPM 5.7 Portal Related Classes Be Called From OBPM 10g Custom JSP Pages ? (Doc ID 1310513.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Business Process Management Suite - Version: 10.3 and later   [Release: and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

You are migrating from ALBPM 5.7 to OBPM 10g. In your custom JSP pages you call ALBPM 5.7 Portal classes.

Can ALBPM 5.7 Portal related classes be called from OBPM 10g custom JSP pages ?

Within BPM Logs you see messages like the following:

The task could not be successfully executed.
Reason: 'fuego.web.execution.exception.InternalForwardException: UnExpected error during internal forward process.'.
Caused by: UnExpected error during internal forward process.
Caused by: Unable to compile class for JSP

Generated servlet error:
C:\OraBPMStudioHome\webapps\workspace\WEB-INF\tmp\org\apache\jsp\webRoot\customJSP\reviewPage_jsp.java:13: package fuego.swing does not exist
import fuego.swing.*;
^


Generated servlet error:
C:\OraBPMStudioHome\webapps\workspace\WEB-INF\tmp\org\apache\jsp\webRoot\customJSP\reviewPage_jsp.java:15: cannot find symbol
symbol : class processws
location: package fuego
import fuego.processws;
^


Generated servlet error:
C:\OraBPMStudioHome\webapps\workspace\WEB-INF\tmp\org\apache\jsp\webRoot\customJSP\reviewPage_jsp.java:18: package xobject.EventLogManagement does not exist
import xobject.EventLogManagement.SomeTask;
^


An error occurred at line: 19 in the jsp file: /webRoot/customJSP/reviewPage.jsp
Generated servlet error:
C:\OraBPMStudioHome\webapps\workspace\WEB-INF\tmp\org\apache\jsp\webRoot\customJSP\reviewPage_jsp.java:62: cannot find symbol
symbol : variable portalTitle
location: class org.apache.jsp.webRoot.customJSP.reviewPage_jsp
out.print(portalTitle);
^


An error occurred at line: 20 in the jsp file: /webRoot/customJSP/reviewPage.jsp
Generated servlet error:
C:\OraBPMStudioHome\webapps\workspace\WEB-INF\tmp\org\apache\jsp\webRoot\customJSP\reviewPage_jsp.java:65: cannot find symbol
symbol : variable stylesheet
location: class org.apache.jsp.webRoot.customJSP.reviewPage_jsp
out.print(stylesheet);
^

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