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Error Deploying Listener While Building PeopleSoft UM Connector For OIM 12c (Doc ID 2558780.1)

Last updated on JULY 21, 2020

Applies to:

Identity Manager Connector - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


PeopleSoft UM connector
 OIM 12c


Getting following error while running the "ant setup-listener" command.


/app/idm/products/R3/identity/idm/server/ConnectorDefaultDirectory/PSFT_UM- taskdef class cannot be found



Steps performed:


Performing steps in section "2.2.1.X Deploying the PeopleSoft Listener"
The PeopleSoft listener is a Web application that is deployed on an Oracle Identity Manager host computer. The PeopleSoft listener parses the XML message and creates a reconciliation event in Oracle Identity Manager.


(1) Applied the following patch first:

       Patch 26419438: MERGE REQUEST ON TOP OF FOR BUGS 26201694 26257587 26271163

(2) Then built the wlfulclient.jar file.

Note: In case wlfullclient.jar file does not get created successfully based on steps given in connector guide then one can follow instructions given in WLS guide to how to generate it . One can use it and follow steps depending upon jdk version being used:   Using the WebLogic JarBuilder Tool (This appendix describes how to create the wlfullclient.jar using the WebLogic JarBuilder tool):

(3) Then followed the instructions to run the command:

     ant setup-listener

and got the following error:

Buildfile: /app/idm/products/R3/identity/idm/server/ConnectorDefaultDirectory/PSFT_UM-

/app/idm/products/R3/identity/idm/server/ConnectorDefaultDirectory/PSFT_UM- taskdef class cannot be found
using the classloader AntClassLoader[/app/idm/products/R3/identity/idm/server/ConnectorDefaultDirectory/PSFT_UM-]


Please advise cause and resolution of this issue


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