Welcome Page doesn't Render Anymore after 'Language Selector' taskflow has been Customized. (Doc ID 1631054.1)

Last updated on JULY 13, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version 11.1.1.8.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Welcome page doesn't render anymore after 'Language Selector' taskflow has been customized. It shows an error:

Internal Error (WCS#2014.04.14.10.10.56)
If the error persists, report the problem to your administrator.

The WC_Spaces.log shows:

.....Unrecognized XML element tag adfc-config found in meta object
oracle.webcenter.webcenterapp.view.taskflows.languageSelector.LanguageSelector

.....javax.faces.FacesException: javax.servlet.ServletException: OracleJSP error:
javax.el.ELException: oracle.jbo.PersistenceException: JBO-26051:
Unrecognized XML element tag adfc-config found in meta object
oracle.webcenter.webcenterapp.view.taskflows.languageSelector.LanguageSelector

How To Reproduce:

  1. Login to Spaces as admin user(e.g. weblogic).
  2. Go to Administration -> System Pages -> "Webcenter Portal Welcome Page" ->  Customize.
  3. Select Structure mode , then select the Language area.
  4. A box around 'Language' should appears
    This highlights the relevant area in the panel on the right.
  5. In the structure pane, find the 'sidebaritem:Organization-> panelgroupLayout: scroll region with the 'edit task flow' link and click it.  
  6. Click on the "Edit Task Flow" link, and a popup will appear that looks like this:
    Confirm Task Flow Edit
    Are you sure you want to edit this task flow?
    -->Click Yes.
  7. Click on the Edit button.
  8. Scroll down to where it shows "panelWindow: Choose A Language".
  9. Right click on that component, then select Edit.
    The "Internal error" message will appear.

Cause

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