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Error when Viewing the Task List from a Custom Worklist Application "Error: "taskid" is not a valid attribute name." with " ADF_FACES-60097: For more information, please see the server’s error log for an entry beginning with: ADF_FACES-60096..." (Doc ID 1573814.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version to [Release 11gR1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When accessing the task list in your custom worklist application, you see the following popup and you're no longer able to navigate in your application:



The text in the popup is like:

/mdssys/user/<USER>/mdssys/taskListFrag.jspx: Line # 131, <af:table binding="#{taskListComponentBindingBean.taskTable}" columnSelection="none" columnStretching="column:taskTableTitleColumn" contentDelivery="#{pageFlowScope.taskView.federatedMode ? 'immediate' : 'lazy'}" disableColumnReordering="true" emptyText="#{pageFlowScope.taskView.emptyTaskListText}" fetchSize="#{!pageFlowScope.taskView.federatedMode ? pageFlowScope.taskView.blockSize : -1}" horizontalGridVisible="true"
id="taskTable" rendered="#{!pageFlowScope.taskView.subTasksView}" rowBandingInterval="0" rowSelection="#{pageFlowScope.taskView.rowSelection}" selectedRowKeys="#{pageFlowScope.taskView.selectedTaskRowKeys}"
selectionListener="#{taskController.taskSelected}" sortListener="#{taskController.sortTaskTable}" summary="#{wlist_msg.MAIN_TASK_LIST}"
taskid="<TASKID>" value="#{pageFlowScope.taskView.taskList}" var="tabledata" verticalGridVisible="true" width="100%">
Error: "taskid" is not a valid attribute name.

ADF_FACES-60097: For more information, please see the server’s error log for an entry beginning with: ADF_FACES-60096: Server Exception during PPR #6


In your managed servers <server>.log file (the managed server where the custom worklist application is deployed) you'll see the following notification:

[2013-06-10T23:04:25.397+03:00] [<SERVER>] [NOTIFICATION] [J2EE JSP-00008] [oracle.j2ee.jsp] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '18' for queue:
'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: <USER>] [ecid:<ECID>] [APP:
<APPLICATION>.ear#V<2.0>] unable to dispatch JSP page: The following exception occurred:.[[oracle.jsp.parse.JspParseException:/mdssys/user/<USER>/mdssys/taskListFrag.jspx: Line # 131, <af:table binding="#{taskListComponentBindingBean.taskTable}" columnSelection="none"columnStretching="column:taskTableTitleColumn" contentDelivery="#{pageFlowScope.taskView.federatedMode ? 'immediate' :'lazy'}" disableColumnReordering="true" emptyText="#{pageFlowScope.taskView.emptyTaskListText}"fetchSize="#{!pageFlowScope.taskView.federatedMode ? pageFlowScope.taskView.blockSize : -1}" horizontalGridVisible="true"id="taskTable" rendered="#{!pageFlowScope.taskView.subTasksView}"
rowBandingInterval="0" rowSelection="#{pageFlowScope.taskView.rowSelection}"selectedRowKeys="#{pageFlowScope.taskView.selectedTaskRowKeys}"
taskid="<TASKID>"value="#{pageFlowScope.taskView.taskList}" var="tabledata"verticalGridVisible="true" width="100%">
Error: "taskid" is not a valid attribute name.
at ...


OIM customers experiencing this issue, please use:
Document.1573790.1 OIM/ADF: ADF Error When Opening Pending Approvals When A Request Is Assigned version Oracle Identity Manager (OIM) users should refer to Document 1641787.1 for the full list of OIM required SOA patches with SOA Bundle Patch 7. For those users, the fix for the issue is included in Patch 18486891.

All other users:
Please note the following values from the notification in your managed servers <server>.log file. 
They're denoted in the notification above as <SERVER>, <APPLICATION>.ear#V<2.0> and the path preceding taskListFrag.jspx; in this case:/mdssys/user/<USER>/mdssys/taskListFrag.jspx.

You'll need these values for the solution steps below.


You've recently applied the patch for Bug 14739485 OR you've applied one of the SOA Bundle Patches which contains the same fix; Patch 16271978 (Bundle Patch 6 - ) or Patch 16702086 (Bundle Patch 7 -


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