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Weblogic Fails to Load OFSAA Objects When Starting (Doc ID 2163225.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 17, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure - Version 7.3.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)

Symptoms

In Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA) Infrastructure, after starting the Reveleus Server, when you start Weblogic, it starts successfully but the login screen does not appear.  When you review the nohup.out file from the directory where Weblogic was started, you see there are no entries related to loading OFSAA related files.  For example, the following entries do not exist:

xml path in init method /app/oracle/Middleware/user_projects/domains/ofsaaDomain/applications/OFSAA8.ear/OFSAA8.war/WEB-INF/props/pfttransactions.xml
Available message packages in environment are::::AAI~AMHM~AUDIT~BSP.ALM~BSP.CPR~BSP.CRM~BSP.EFP~BSP.FTP~BSP.GLOBAL~BSP.IPM~BSP.SM~DATESERVER~DC~DELBL~DEMSG~DMAS~DQDC~DTDQ~ESSOLAP~ETL.ASCII_DEF~ETL.DEF~ETL.EXTRACT_DEF~ETL.FE_DEF~ETL.FE_GRID~ETL.GLOBAL~ETL.MAP_DEF~ETL.MODELUPLOAD~ETL.PROP_DEF~ETL.SRC_DEF~ETL.UTIL~ETL.XLUPLOAD~EXT~EXTRACT~FICGENERIC~FIF~FILTER~FIV.RUNNER~FIV.SCHEDULE~FIVSERVICES.GLOBAL~FORMULA~GLOBAL~GLOBALPREFERENCES~HCYSEC~HEATMAP~ICC.BATCHMONITOR~ICC.BATCHSCHEDULE~ICC.BE~ICC.FE~INSIGHT~LHS_MENU~LOGVIEW~MDB~MF~MFR~MIGRATION~MODEL~MODEL.FE~MODELUPLOAD~MR~OFSAA~OLAPDATASERVER~OPT~ORACLECUBE~PR2~PREP~PRTL_ADMN~PRTL_BROW~PRTL_HOME~PRTL_SRCH~RDM~RENDERER~RLTPREPROCESSOR~SCD~SMSAUDIT~SMSLB~SMSME~SOCKSERVER~SQLRULE~STRESS~STRESS.FE~T2T~UMM.ALIAS~UMM.COMPMEASURE~UMM.CUBE~UMM.DATASET~UMM.DIMENSION~UMM.GLOBAL~UMM.HIERARCHY~UMM.HIERATTRIBUTE~UMM.MEASURE~UMM.PROCESSOR~UMM.RDM~UMM.SEGMDMAP
Available Locales in environment are::::en_US
Total message packages loaded::::93

You do not understand why Weblogic is not referencing the OFSAA objects.  As a result of this issue, you cannot access the OFSAA login screen.

Cause

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