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Oracle Access Manager 10g (OAM 10.1.4): Access Server Fails to start with Error: Exception re-thrown in LDAPAppDB::GetLanguageSet() (Doc ID 1384817.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 09, 2019

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Oracle Access Manager 10g (OAM 10.1.4) Access Server fails to start, command output shows

<AAA_INSTALL_DIR>/Oblix/10143hf/palantir/aaa_server/src/aaa_service_server.cpp:283: Error: Exception re-thrown in InitAAAServerService
<AAA_INSTALL_DIR>/Oblix/10143hf/palantir/dblib/src/app_db.cpp:222: Error: Exception re-thrown in AppDB::UpdateLanguageTable.
<AAA_INSTALL_DIR>/Oblix/10143hf/palantir/dblib/src/ldap_app_db5.cpp:2877: Error: Exception re-thrown in LDAPAppDB::GetLanguageSet().
../ldap_util_failover.cpp:1248: Error: Exception re-thrown in LoadDBEntrySetSortedWFailover()
../ldap_util_failover.cpp:1243: Error:
../ldap_util_failover.cpp:1243: Error:

Starting Access Server Watchdog.....
Access Server Watchdog cannot run, because there is no AAA Server to watch.

oblog.log in trace shows the following messages:

2011/12/09@16:43:45.980592 23779 23779 APP_DBLIB DEBUG3 0x00000201 <AAA_INSTALL_DIR>/Oblix/10143hf/palantir/dblib/src/ldap_app_db5.cpp:2825 "Loading language set from DS"
2011/12/09@16:43:45.981032 23779 23779 APP_DBLIB WARNING 0x00000504 <AAA_INSTALL_DIR>/Oblix/10143hf/palantir/dblib/src/ldap_app_db5.cpp:2868 "Exception during DB runtime code" function^LDAPAppDB::GetLanguageSet obstatus^10
2011/12/09@16:43:45.981162 23779 23779 ACCESS_SERVER FATAL 0x00001104 <AAA_INSTALL_DIR>/Oblix/10143hf/palantir/aaa_server/src/aaa_service_server.cpp:280 "Failed to initialize engine"


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