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SOA 11g: Logical Delete using Reserved Values Configured in DB Adapter Polling is Failing (Doc ID 1552730.1)

Last updated on MARCH 25, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Logical Delete by using Reserved Values configured in DB Adapter Polling is not working as expected. The Reserved Value parameter that is being defined in the drop-down is not being accepted by the adapter. The only complex type parameter that is currently working is the expression that is inherently defined in the Reserved Value drop-down in JDeveloper. The following parameters have been tried:

1. ${weblogic.Name-1} - Not working
2. ${IP-1} - Working but unfortunately last IP address value is the same and can't be used
3. ${xxx.yyy.zzz} - is a custom parameter that we defined as Java Option >> -Dxxx.yyy.zzz=A in server start-up script. But the adapter doesn't seem to be recognizing the custom value.


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