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EMSystemException While Accessing SOA Composites After Switching From Http To Https (Doc ID 2268921.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 31, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version 11.1.1.7.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

EMSystemException while accessing SOA composites after switching from http to https

It throws an exception below and the buttons for WSDL, Test, etc are greyed out.

The user has all necessary administrator privileges.

The composite AsyncCall (1.0) is not available. This could happen because either the composite has been undeployed or soa-infra has not yet loaded this composite.
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oracle.sysman.emSDK.app.exception.EMSystemException
at oracle.sysman.emai.model.sca.composite.core.impl.EMCompositeModel.handleError(EMCompositeModel.java:72)
at oracle.sysman.emai.model.sca.share.composite.CompositeCoreModel.initialize(CompositeCoreModel.java:116)
at oracle.sysman.emai.model.sca.composite.core.impl.CompositeModel.initialize(CompositeModel.java:46)
at oracle.sysman.emai.model.sca.EMEntityModel._initializeEntityData(EMEntityModel.java:28)
at oracle.sysman.emai.model.sca.common.SCAEntityObject.initializeSCAData(SCAEntityObject.java:124)
at oracle.sysman.emai.model.sca.composite.core.impl.EMCompositeModel.initializeSCAData(EMCompositeModel.java:31)
at oracle.sysman.emai.model.sca.SCAObject.initializeData(SCAObject.java:74)
at oracle.sysman.core.model.util.ModelUtil$EMObjectResetter.initOrResetEMObject(ModelUtil.java:319)
at oracle.sysman.core.model.util.ModelUtil$EMObjectResetter.access$000(ModelUtil.java:280)
at oracle.sysman.core.model.util.ModelUtil.initializeMBEMObjects(ModelUtil.java:231)
at oracle.sysman.core.model.util.ModelUtil.initializeAllEMObjects(ModelUtil.java:128)

 

Cause

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