Default Domain does not appear in Bpel console after installation. Authentication failure. Invalid password.
(Doc ID 406979.1)
Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017
Applies to:Oracle(R) BPEL Process Manager - Version 10.1.2.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When attempting to to install BPEL, the configuration assistant succeeds with no errors. But after installation, you cannot log-in to the console.
Using http://Server.Domain:80/BPELConsole as directed, the log in page is displayed.The drop down menu not only does list the default domain, it has no domains at all. Then, when entering the password 'bpel', as requested, a message is displayed, saying that authentication failed.
2007-01-15 16:20:35,520> <INFO> <collaxa> <ConnectionFactoryImpl::init> Initialized connection factory jdbc/BPELServerDataSourceWorkflow
<2007-01-15 16:20:35,520> <INFO> <collaxa> <ConnectionFactoryImpl::init> Initialized connection factory jdbc/BPELServerDataSource
07/01/15 16:20:50 java.sql.SQLException: invalid arguments in call ......
Cannot lookup datasource type.
The process domain was unable to determine the database type. The version table contains the vendor type for the current datasource. The exception reported is: Cannot fetch a datasource connection.The process domain was unable to determine the database type. The version table contains the vendor type for the current datasource. The exception reported is: Cannot fetch a datasource connection.
The process domain was unable to establish a connection with the datasource with the connection URL "jdbc/BPELServerDataSourceWorkflow". The exception reported is: invalid arguments in call
Please check that the machine hosting the datasource is physically connected to the network. Otherwise, check that the datasource connection parameters (user/password) is currently valid."
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