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Problems Encountered During the Install of LSW 2.4 (LSH/DMW 2.4) and Upgrade from LSH/DMW 2.3/2.3.1 to LSH/DMW 2.4 (Doc ID 1638659.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 06, 2014

Applies to:

Oracle Life Sciences Data Hub - Version 2.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to share with the user community the problems (with the solutions used) faced during the install and upgrade of Oracle Life Sciences Data Hub (LSH) 2.3/2.3.1 and Oracle Health Sciences Data Management Workbench (DMW) 2.3/2.3.1 to LSH 2.4 and DMW 2.4. This is in no way intended to replace the existing documentation and notes or to serve as guide to the installation process.

Scope

The upgrade from LSH/DMW 2.3 to 2.4 version include the activities detailed in Oracle Life Sciences Data Hub 2.4 Release Notes and Oracle Health Sciences Data Management Workbench 2.4 Installation Guide documents.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 1. Problems encounterd during DMW upgrade
 1.1 Studies created in DMW 2.3 and DMW 2.3.1 are no longer working after upgrading to DMW 2.4
 2. Problems encountered during DMW install
 2.1 Installation of WebLogic Server in Development Mode
 2.2 Select Oracle Common Options while creating a WebLogic Domain
 2.3 Store encrypted username and password for DMW Deployment in HTTP Mode
 2.4 Unable to start DMW Managed server after activating EbsRealm authentication
 3. Problems encountered during LSH install/upgrade
 3.1 'ORA-12560: TNS:protocol adapter error' Generated During the Upgrade to TMS 5.0.1
 3.2 TMS 5.0.1 Database upgrade crashes when trying to compile the invalid objects
 3.3 LSH Post Installation Program fails with 'Error during Workarea Install'
 3.4 LSH Post Installation Program fails with 'User does not have permission'
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