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Find Bad References In SOA Code, Which Is Creating Problem While Server Startup (Doc ID 2693790.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 13, 2021

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Find bad references in SOA code, which is creating problem while server startup

We have migrate the soa server from one environment to another. There are a few bad refernces, for which th ecomposites are not deployed on the new environment but while starting the servers we get errors.
We would like to know if there is any table ( metadata) from where we can do the search whether the service has really some bad references or not.

Example scenario: below is the log we found in the current production server.
[orasoa@usmn01soa01p logs]$ grep "usnj01soa01t" soa_server1-diagnostic*.log
soa_server1-diagnostic-5504.log:[2020-05-17T19:46:48.545-01:00] [soa_server1] [WARNING] [] [oracle.fabric.common.wsdl] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '45' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: ] [ecid: 0000N8Zmk^L8dpg5lF_AiZ1UctVv00049z,0:1:100000000:555] [APP: soa-infra] [partition-name: DOMAIN] [tenant-name: GLOBAL] [composite_name: ad_syncDataCmp] [FlowId: 0000N8Zmk^L8dpg5lF_AiZ1UctVv0004A0] Schema load failed due to: Error while loading schemas from http://usnj01soa01t.stratasys.dmn:7006/soa-infra/services/ad/ad_upsertUserContactCmp!1.0/Schemas/upsertUserContactResponse.xsd [Cause=Error in getting XML input stream: http://usnj01soa01t.stratasys.dmn:7006/soa-infra/services/ad/ad_upsertUserContactCmp!1.0/Schemas/upsertUserContactResponse.xsd: Tried all: '1' addresses, but could not connect over HTTP to server: 'usnj01soa01t.stratasys.dmn', port: '7006'[[
soa_server1-diagnostic-5504.log: [0] address:'usnj01soa01t.stratasys.dmn/',port:'7006' : Connection refused.



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