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OAM 11g: WebGate Fails To Initialize In Simple Mode With OAM 11g On Solaris SPARC Platform with OAM-04020 / apache2entry_web_gate.cpp:591 Exception thrown during WebGate initialization (Doc ID 1395791.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Access Manager - Version 11.1.1.5.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


The customer has installed OAM 11.1.1.5.0 on Sun Solaris SPARC platform. OAM Server mode has been changed to Simple and WebGate agents have been registered in Simple mode.

The WebGates fail to initialise when a protected resource request is received by the WebGate webserver. The WebGate oblog.log shows messages similar to the following repeatedly:

2012/01/05@18:46:57.60776 26949 28 ACCESS_GATE FATAL 0x00001520 /ade/aime_ngamac_934556/ngamac/src/palantir/webgate2/src/apache2entry_web_gate.cpp:591 "Exception thrown during WebGate initialization"
2012/01/05@18:46:57.60833 26949 28 ACCESS_GATE FATAL 0x0000182C /ade/aime_ngamac_934556/ngamac/src/palantir/webgate2/src/apache2entry_web_gate.cpp:592 "The AccessGate is unable to contact any Access Servers." raw_code^301



The OAM 11g Server diagnostic log has the following entries:

[2012-01-05T18:46:09.679+00:00] [ms_oam1] [NOTIFICATION] [] [oracle.oam.proxy.oam] [tid: NioProcessor-1] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: ba242d6cb39539c7:-62911702:134aed33a4a:-8000-000000000000079a,0] [APP: oam_server] sslsessionId for Simple Mode handShake OíÃ-+GÃÂ
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[2012-01-05T18:46:09.681+00:00] [ms_oam1] [ERROR] [OAM-04020] [oracle.oam.proxy.oam] [tid: NioProcessor-1] [userId: <anonymous>] [ecid: ba242d6cb39539c7:-62911702:134aed33a4a:-8000-000000000000079a,0] [APP: oam_server] Exception encountered while processing the request message. Exception null



The issue is not reproducible on Linux platform, it is specific to the OAM Server installations on SPARC Solaris.

The issue occurs with 10g WebGates, 11g WebGates and OAM Tester.

Cause

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