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Error Generated when Attempting to Run Repository Creation Utility (RCU) to Install DataBase (DB) for WebCenter Content (WCC): 'RCU-6090 Connection step validation failed' (Doc ID 2370614.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 07, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 11.1.1.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Attempt to Run RCU generates the following error:

# Log: 1_RCU2018-03-05_13-10_640086501/logs/rcu.log
#connString: connectString=mgga1pr1dbscn.us.dell.com:1521:dmsp1
# Error:
Checking Global Prerequisites
The version of the database that you are using is not a supported version or
The specified user may not have sufficient privileges to perform this operation. User should have sysdba or dba privileges.
ERROR - RCU-6090 Connection step validation failed.
CAUSE - RCU-6090 Skipping main operation: failed to connect to database because database details were missing or invalid.
ACTION - RCU-6090 Provide correct database details and try again.

# Log: 2_RCU2018-03-05_13-11_592518549/logs/rcu.log
# connectString=mgga1pr1dbscn.us.dell.com:1521/dmsp_rw_oud.prd.amer.dell.com
# Error:
Processing command line ....
Unable to connect to the DB. Check if DB connection details entered are correct.
Invalid username/password.
Enter valid username/password
ERROR - RCU-6090 Connection step validation failed.
CAUSE - RCU-6090 Skipping main operation: failed to connect to database because database details were missing or invalid.
ACTION - RCU-6090 Provide correct database details and try again.

# Log: 3_RCU2018-03-05_13-14_147792697/logs/rcu.log
# connString: connectString=mgga1pr1dbscn.us.dell.com:1521/dmsp_rw_oud.prd.amer.dell.com
# Error:
Processing command line ....
Invalid SID or Service name.
Enter valid SID or Service name.
ERROR - RCU-6090 Connection step validation failed.
CAUSE - RCU-6090 Skipping main operation: failed to connect to database because database details were missing or invalid.

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