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Troubleshooting Chapter 11 Staging a Test Environment from a Production Environment (Doc ID 399230.1)

Last updated on MARCH 31, 2021

Applies to:

Portal - Version to [Release 10gR2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The following chapter describes how to clone a Portal Repository from one instance to another:
11 Staging a Test Environment from a Production Environment of Oracle Application Server Administrator's Guide 10g Release 2 (10.1.2)

This process is relatively complex and it may go wrong at various places. This note provides some troubleshooting tips for the Portal cloning, when this particular documentation is followed.


This note should be used by administrators who tried to clone a Portal instance but ran into issues.


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In this Document
 1. Import log has some errors
 A. EXP-00091 -Exporting questionable statistics
 C. IMP-00017 - WWDAV$ASL
 D. IMP-00041 - Warning: object created with compilation warnings
 E. ldapadd error 'cannot add add entries containing authpasswords'
 G. IMP-00017 - ORACLE error 1 - DBMS_JOB.ISUBMIT
 2. Import in a RAC environment
 3. Intermedia
 4. ptlconfig
 5. WWC-41417 - invalid credentials.
 6. EXP-003 with a database or
 8. WWSBR_DOC_CTX_54 is invalid
 9. You do not have permission to perform this operation. (WWC-44131)
 10. Invalid Java objects when exporting from a 9.x database and importing in a 10g database
 11. Import : IMP-00003: ORACLE error 30510 encountered
 12. Running PTLCONFIG returns ORA-6502
 13. Upgrade to fails: ORA-39705: component 'PORTAL' not found in registry
 14. Import of the database dump file hangs.
 15. PTLCONFIG ends with ORA-01400: cannot insert NULL into ("PORTAL"."WWSEC_PERSON$"."GUID")
 16. Getting EXP-56 Error while Exporting the Portal Schema 
 17. Large Number of Invalid Objects in the Portal Schema after Import

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