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FTP Adapter Issues Error Logs, When Writing Files With Dynamic Directory Name On Remote Ftp Server (Doc ID 2675772.1)

Last updated on APRIL 04, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version 12.2.1.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal


FTP Adapter issues error logs, when writing files with dynamic directory name on remote ftp server

We have a BPEL Process, which writes binary files to remote FTP Server.
The remote-directory name is given at runtime, so at the time putting/writing the binary file, the directory does not exists.
The FTP Adapter creates the directory, when it is not existing, but we see a lot of error logs, which says:

Unable to change to directory 'DUMMY_DIRECTORY_NAME' on server 'DUMMY_SERVER_NAME'; FTP command CWD returned unexpected reply code : 550
Unable to change to directory 'DUMMY_DIRECTORY_NAME' on server 'DUMMY_SERVER_NAME'; FTP command CWD returned unexpected reply code : 550
FTPAgent::validateOutputDirAndCreateIfReqd::MKD [/root/somefolder/updateDocument/DUMMY_DIRECTORY_NAME'] returned [true]
FTPAgent::validateOutputDirAndCreateIfReqd::MKD [/root/somefolder/updateDocument/DUMMY_DIRECTORY_NAME'] returned [true]
FileInteraction created new mutex[oracle.tip.adapter.file.mutex.memory.MemoryMutex@f31ad128] for [/root/somefolder/updateDocument~PDF_FILE~DUMMY_SERVER_NAME]
FileInteraction created new mutex[oracle.tip.adapter.file.mutex.memory.MemoryMutex@153461a4] for [/root/somefolder/updateDocument~PDF_FILE~DUMMY_SERVER_NAME]

From the process point of view, the instance works as designed - we do not see any errors in the instance flow trace.

But this behavior extremely blows up our Server and impacts our Performance in productive environment.

Is there a way to skip this error log? The FTP Adapter should not mark this validation (directory exists) an error.
 

Solution

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