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After CPU Patching, COS Naming Service No Longer Works Properly (Doc ID 2852827.1)

Last updated on MARCH 02, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Reports Developer - Version 12.2.1.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.1.3.0 version, SQL*ReportWriter

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR

Given you have multiple Reports Servers that are running in your environment. For example:

After Jan 2022 CPU patching, COS naming service stops working correctly. The rwdiag output displays only some of the active Reports Servers, and erroneously displays a decommissioned Reports Server that hasn't been active in a long time.

For Example:

DOMAIN_HOME\reports\bin\rwdiag.bat -findAll yields the following:

Reading the rwnetwork.conf from : <DOMAIN_HOME>\config\fmwconfig\components\ReportsToolsComponent\<reptools>\rwnetwork.conf

Naming service used to locate servers
-------------------------------------
Naming Server host = <IP>
Naming Server port = <Port Number>

(1) repserver2 : Type = server : Host = NA
(2) repserver3 : Type = server : Host = NA
(3) repserver_nonexistent : Type = server : Host = NA


Rwdiag is supposed to display all the registered Reports Servers in the network. Instead, it shows only repserver2 and repserver3 and repserver_nonexistent (which has been decommissioned).

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
-----------------------
You expect rwdiag.bat to show all the active Reports Servers, and in this case, there are 4 Reports Servers.
 

Changes

 Applied latest CPU patch.

Cause

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