"The Process ProcessID is not available" Is Shown In Workspace After Deploying A Project (Doc ID 1322543.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Business Process Management Suite - Version: 10.3.1 to 10.3.2 - Release: AS10gR3 to AS10gR3
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

After deploying a project, the Engine is not able to start a process. The project status can be seen in BPM Process Administrator as Completely Deployed.

The following error messages could be seen in different logs:

*** in webconsole.log

[<W> 0321 17:40:33.281] Main (<3> http-8686-Processor23): Error BPM-1300761807931
[ (cont) ] Main: The following object(s): 'Roles: [MyRole] External Variables: [courtline] ' were not created since they already exist in the directory:
.
[<D> 0321 17:42:20.296] Main (<3> http-8686-Processor23):  getFieldDefinitionsForVariables() -> courtline
[<D> 0321 17:42:20.296] Main (<3> http-8686-Processor23):  getFieldDefinitionsForVariables()
[<D> 0321 17:42:20.296] Main (<3> http-8686-Processor23):  getFieldDefinitionsForVariables() -> courtLine
[<D> 0321 17:42:20.875] Main (<3> http-8686-Processor23): Converting field size from bytes to characters. Field 'obpmengine.PPROCINSTEVENT.V_COURTLINE, byte length='60', char length='30'
[<D> 0321 17:42:21.156] Main (<3> http-8686-Processor23): Converting field size from bytes to characters. Field 'obpmengine.PPROCINSTANCE.V_COURTLINE, byte length='60', char length='30'
.
[<I> 0321 17:42:22.343] Main (<6> Thread-45): (stdout) Message written by the process execution engine: Start Compiling /MyProcess1#Default-1.0
[ (cont) ] Main: .
[<I> 0321 17:42:22.343] Main (<6> Thread-45): (stdout) Message written by the process execution engine: >> End Compiling /MyProcess1#Default-1.0<<.
[<I> 0321 17:42:22.359] Main (<6> Thread-45): (stdout) Message written by the process execution engine:
[ (cont) ] Main: .
[<I> 0321 17:42:22.546] Main (<5> Thread-46): (stderr) Message written by the process execution engine :
[ (cont) ] Main: Runtime exception Shell.
[ (cont) ] Main: Context details :
[ (cont) ] Main: Process '/MyProcess1#Default-1.0' could not be started up
[ (cont) ] Main:
[ (cont) ] Main:
[ (cont) ] Main: Original stack trace follows ...
[ (cont) ] Main:
[ (cont) ] Main: java.lang.NullPointerException
[ (cont) ] Main:
[ (cont) ] Main: .

*** in Engine log

Process '/MyProcess1#Default-1.0' could not be started.
Details:\njava.lang.NullPointerException
java.lang.NullPointerException
at fuego.metadata.execution.ExternalVariable.getDirectoryVarName(ExternalVariable.java:46)
at fuego.metadata.execution.DeploymentInformation.addExternalVariable(DeploymentInformation.java:201)
at fuego.metadata.execution.compiler.ModelVariableCompilerImpl.compile(ModelVariableCompilerImpl.java:56)
at fuego.metadata.execution.compiler.ModelCompilerImpl.compile(ModelCompilerImpl.java:72)
at fuego.metadata.Process.compile(Process.java:1170)
at fuego.metadata.Process.compileProcess(Process.java:1107)
at fuego.metadata.Process.loadProcess(Process.java:947)
at fuego.metadata.Process.initProcess(Process.java:753)
at fuego.metadata.Process.forName(Process.java:190)
at fuego.server.BaseActiveProcess.getProcess(BaseActiveProcess.java:109)
at fuego.server.ActiveProcessImpl.loadMetadata(ActiveProcessImpl.java:1472)
at fuego.server.ActiveProcessImpl.loadMetadata(ActiveProcessImpl.java:1457)
at fuego.server.ActiveProcessImpl.<init>(ActiveProcessImpl.java:183)
at fuego.server.BaseActiveProcess.<init>(BaseActiveProcess.java:54)
at fuego.fengine.FEngineActiveProcess.<init>(FEngineActiveProcess.java:58)
...

After Workspace login, Workspace UI shows this message:
.
The Process '/MyProcess1#Default-1.0' is not available.
The Process '/MyProcess1#Default-1.0' is not available. Caused by: Process
'/MyProcess1#Default-1.0' not available. Caused by: Process '/MyProcess1#Default-1.0' not found. Detail:Verify that the process is deployed.

Changes

A project variable name was changed in its capitalization, for example,

existing name: courtLine
new name: coutline

Notice the letter "L" in upper and lower case.

Cause

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