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ORABPEL-77005 Error while Executing Initiator Task (Doc ID 1348857.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 06, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Business Process Management Suite - Version 11.1.1.4.0 to 11.1.1.5.0 [Release 11gR1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


The following error is seen in the domain logs while executing the initiator task

javax.xml.xpath.XPathExpressionException: ORABPEL-77005

Uninitialized data element.
DataOutput personId is not initialized in flow element SearchForPersonUT.
Make sure to initialize DataOutput personId before using it in flow element SearchForPersonUT.
Contact oracle support to resolve the issue.

at oracle.xml.xpath.JXPathExpression.evaluate(JXPathExpression.java:242)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.runtime.xpath.BPMNXPathUtil.evaluate(BPMNXPathUtil.java:92)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.runtime.BPMNExpression.evaluateXPath(BPMNExpression.java:255)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.runtime.BPMNExpression.evaluate(BPMNExpression.java:235)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.runtime.BPMNExpression.evaluateObject(BPMNExpression.java:184)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.model.runtime.util.DataHandlingUtils.performCopy(DataHandlingUtils.java:1213)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.model.runtime.util.DataHandlingUtils.processOutputData(DataHandlingUtils.java:646)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.model.runtime.microinstructions.MIUserTaskCallback.processOutputData(MIUserTaskCallback.java:218)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.model.runtime.microinstructions.MIUserTaskCallback.processOutputData(MIUserTaskCallback.java:118)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.model.runtime.microinstructions.MIUserTaskCallback.processOutputData(MIUserTaskCallback.java:110)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.model.runtime.microinstructions.MIUserTaskCallback.doHandleCallback(MIUserTaskCallback.java:242)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.model.runtime.microinstructions.MIUserTaskCallback.doExecute(MIUserTaskCallback.java:233)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.microkernel.MIBase.execute(MIBase.java:34)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.microkernel.MISequenceBlock.doExecute(MISequenceBlock.java:66)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.microkernel.MIBase.execute(MIBase.java:34)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.microkernel.MicroInstructionContext.callMicroInstruction(MicroInstructionContext.java:199)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.map.builder.visitors.impl.compilers.HandleCallbackGenerator$MIHandleCallback.doHandleCallback(HandleCallbackGenerator.java:96)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.map.builder.visitors.impl.compilers.HandleCallbackGenerator$MIHandleCallback.doExecute(HandleCallbackGenerator.java:79)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.microkernel.MIBase.execute(MIBase.java:34)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.microkernel.MISequenceBlock.doExecute(MISequenceBlock.java:66)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.microkernel.MIBase.execute(MIBase.java:34)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.microkernel.MicroInstructionContext.callMicroInstruction(MicroInstructionContext.java:199)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.microkernel.MicroInstructionContext.callProcedure(MicroInstructionContext.java:206)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.microkernel.MicroInstructionContext.executeProcedure(MicroInstructionContext.java:323)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.model.runtime.MIBPMNActivityWMP.executeProcedure(MIBPMNActivityWMP.java:357)
at oracle.bpm.bpmn.engine.model.runtime.MIBPMNActivityWMP.handleCallback(MIBPMNActivityWMP.java:92)
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39)
at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25)
at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:597)

Cause

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