BAM Server not Available due to this Error:- [DFW-99998] [java.lang.ClassNotFoundException][oracle.bam.adc.kernel.expressions.Evaluator.constructClassInstance][oracle-bam] (Doc ID 1525676.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 17, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle BAM (Business Activity Monitoring) - Version 11.1.1.6.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

BAM is not starting up due to the following error:

[bamServer1] [NOTIFICATION] [DFW-40101] [oracle.dfw.incident] [tid: BAMServicesThread] [userId: ] [ecid: 0000JlisnJZAtHmawp3j6G1H0SDS000002,0] [APP: oracle-bam#11.1.1] An incident has been signalled with the incident facts: [problemKey=DFW-99998 [java.lang.ClassNotFoundException][oracle.bam.adc.kernel.expressions.Evaluator.constructClassInstance][oracle-bam] incidentSource=SYSTEM incidentTime=Thu Jan 24 17:29:12 CST 2013 errorMessage=DFW-99998 executionContextId=null]
[2013-01-24T17:29:12.587-06:00] [bamServer1] [NOTIFICATION] [DFW-40104] [oracle.dfw.incident] [tid: BAMServicesThread] [userId: ] [ecid: 0000JlisnJZAtHmawp3j6G1H0SDS000002,0] [errid: 21] [detailLoc: /data01/oracle/MW/user_projects/domains/clw_dev_bam_domain/servers/bamServer1/adr/diag/ofm/clw_dev_bam_domain/bamServer1/incident/incdir_21] [probKey: DFW-99998 [java.lang.ClassNotFoundException][oracle.bam.adc.kernel.expressions.Evaluator.constructClassInstance][oracle-bam]] [APP: oracle-bam#11.1.1] incident 21 created with problem key "DFW-99998 [java.lang.ClassNotFoundException][oracle.bam.adc.kernel.expressions.Evaluator.constructClassInstance][oracle-bam]"
[2013-01-24T17:30:43.915-06:00] [bamServer1] [WARNING] [] [oracle.bam.common.remoting.BamEjbClient] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '4' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: weblogic] [ecid: 0d14a1c6faadba3e:-242984fe:13c6ee3214e:-8000-0000000000000033,0] [APP: oracle-bam#11.1.1] [58] Failed executing BamAdcServer.ping due to ServiceUnavailableException. Configured retry count (3) has been exceeded. No more retries will be attempted.

 

Cause

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