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RP/TUX Using Tuxedo Password Encryption Utility For Oracle DB TMS Server OPENINFO Parameter The TMS Server Fails To Start With Error: LIBTUX_CAT:6050 If Slave Node Tuxedo Release Is 9.1 (Or Lower) (Doc ID 1932175.1)

Last updated on APRIL 17, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 11.1.1.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Tuxedo MP configuration (when you set the MODEL parameter to MP in Tuxedo ubb configuration file) master node running Tuxedo 11.1.1.2 and slave node running Tuxedo 9.1(or earlier).

If deployed on the slave node a TMS Server, built with Oracle Database client and Tuxedo libraries, with the Tuxedo ubb configuration file OPENIFNO parameter encrypted password

(specify 5 asterisks as password : "The series of five asterisks (*) in the OPENINFO string pertains to the encrypting of a password")

The TMS server for the Oracle Database will fail to start:

exec TMS_ORA11g_T91_VC71_W2008 -A :
  on UATWIN2K8 -> CMDTUX_CAT:1685: ERROR: Application initialization failure
170636.yourBoxName!BRIDGE.....0: CMDTUX_CAT:4488: INFO: Connecting to slaveLmidName at //slaveBoxName:tlistenPortOnSlaveNode
170656.yourBoxName!BBL.....0: gtrid x10001 x538c7450 x2cb8: LIBTUX_CAT:4055: ERROR: No service 'TMS' in group 'yourOracleBDTmsGroupName'
170714.yourBoxName!yourOraDBTMSNameServer.....0: 06-04-2014: Tuxedo Version 9.1, 32-bit
170714.yourBoxName!yourOraDBTMSNameServer.....0: LIBTUX_CAT:262: INFO: Standard main starting
170714.yourBoxName!yourOraDBTMSNameServer....0: LIBTUX_CAT:6050: ERROR: Decrypted protected field has non-displayable characters. Substitute the encrypted password with ***** and run tmloadcf again
170714.yourBoxName!yourOraDBTMSNameServer.....0: LIBTUX_CAT:250: ERROR: tpsvrinit() failed
170714.yourBoxName!yourOraDBTMSNameServer.....0: LIBTUX_CAT:300: ERROR: _tlog_open: _gp_tblopen: UNIX sys call error - 2

 When the passwords are switched back to text characters, all TMS Servers boot properly.

Solution

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