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"The Requested Controller: owc_wiki Was Not Found" When Creating a Wiki Page (Doc ID 981122.1)

Last updated on MARCH 11, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version to [Release 11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This note applies to WebCenter only.


After having registered the Wiki Server to WebCenter following the documentation below,
when creating a Wiki page in WebCenter Spaces, the error below is raised:

The requested controller: owc_wiki was not found

The complete error message is:

We are sorry but the system has encountered an error while processing your request.
The following error occured:
The requested controller: owc_wiki was not found
You can go back to the startpage by clicking here: Startpage

When refreshing the Wiki page, the edited page is displayed without further warnings.

WebCenter documentation reference:

Oracle� Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle WebCenter
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Part Number E12405-04

Section 19.3.1, "Registering Oracle WebCenter Wiki and Blog Server Using
Fusion Middleware Control"


The managed server hosting the Wiki Server shows the following error in its log file:

2010/11/16 14:43:15 - [ellapsed: 78ms] [INFO] [org.jzonic.web.MainServlet] setting lastAction :/owc_wiki/page/show.jz?redirect=1
2010/11/16 14:43:16 - [INFO] [org.jzonic.filter.URLRewriteFilter] incoming uri://owc_wiki/page/show.jz
2010/11/16 14:43:16 - [INFO] [org.jzonic.filter.URLRewriteFilter] part:/owc_wiki/page/show.jz
2010/11/16 14:43:16 - [ellapsed: 0ms] [INFO] [org.jzonic.web.MainServlet] incoming uri://owc_wiki/page/show.jz
2010/11/16 14:43:16 - [ellapsed: 0ms] [INFO] [org.jzonic.web.MainServlet] controller:owc_wiki method:page/show
2010/11/16 14:43:16 - [ellapsed: 0ms] [FATAL] [org.jzonic.web.MainServlet] The requested controller: owc_wiki was not found

Note: The failing url given in the log file depends on the url used for the registration.




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