Px With CommonConstants.MAKE_DEEP_COPY Ends in Error Code : 60086 Error (Doc ID 2231450.1)

Last updated on MARCH 13, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Agile PLM Framework - Version 9.3.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Actual Behavior
When performing CommonConstants.MAKE_DEEP_COPY through Java PX, below error
occurs and cannot perform deep copy from 1 object attachment to another object.
File Manager is running and can upload file via Web Client manually.

Error
Error Code : 60086
Error Message : Call APIException.getRootCause() for details.
Root Cause exception : com.agile.webfs.components.common.RepositoryException:
The preferred file server : null is currently down. Please contact the system administrator.

Step

  1. Create CAPATest.jar file including the following sample java code : CAPATest.java
     
  2. Place CATATest.jar to

    $AGILE_HOME/integration/sdk/extensions/

  3. Login to admin user in web client
  4. Confirm that below object is created. FU0000000003 has attachment file. CAPA00002 does not have attachment file.

    Document : FU0000000003
    CAPA : CAPA00002

  5. Login to Java Client in admin user
  6. Set the below event, event handler and event subscriber

    Event :
    Event Type : Extended Tools Menu
    Name : TEST

    Event Handler :
    Handler Type : Java PX
    Name : TEST
    Role : Admin
    Enabled : Yes
    Event Action : test.CAPATest

    Event Subscriber :
    Name : TEST
    Enabled : Yes
    Event : TEST2
    Event Hander : TEST
    Trigger Type : Post
    Execution Mode : Synchronous
    Order : 0
    Error Handling Rule : Stop

  7. Login to admin user in web client
  8. Run Tools and Settings > TEST

    Error Code : 60086
    Error Message : Call APIException.getRootCause() for details.
    Root Cause exception : com.agile.webfs.components.common.RepositoryException:
    The preferred file server : null is currently down. Please contact the system administrator.

 

Cause

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