F2T Process Error: RevLoader : Error : Could Not Invoke DmasServer (Doc ID 2240827.1)

Last updated on MARCH 06, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure - Version 7.3.5.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)

Symptoms

On : 7.3.5.2.0 version, Operations, Batch

When attempting to run F2T Process, the process failed with the following error.

Error:
---------------------------------------------------------- Logging started for RevLoader -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ClsULogManager :: Singleton Instance Created
Log Message here 1: Fri Dec 16 06:37:36 2016||INFO||RevLoader : Parameters : File To Table,TEST_SOURCE,TEST_SAMPLE,FSI_AGENCY_MLS.csv,NULL
Log Message here 1: Fri Dec 16 06:37:36 2016||INFO||RevLoader : LoadMode : File To Table
Log Message here 1: Fri Dec 16 06:37:36 2016||INFO||RevLoader : Parameters passed to File To Table : TEST_SOURCE,TEST_SAMPLE,FSI_AGENCY_MLS.csv
Log Message here 1: Fri Dec 16 06:37:36 2016||SEVERE||RevLoader : Error : Could not Invoke DmasServer
------------------------------------- End of logging for RevLoader --------------------------------------
Log Message here 1: Fri Dec 16 06:37:36 2016||INFO||RevLoader : Child process id : 24892
Log Message here 1: Fri Dec 16 06:37:36 2016||SEVERE||RevLoader : Returned from : 24892.
Status 1
Log Message here 1: Fri Dec 16 06:37:36 2016||SEVERE||RevLoader : Updating ICC as Task Failure.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Steps:
1. Created a F2T Mapping
2. Execute via batch and it failed, no message in the Batch Monitor - Event Log.
3. ERROR MSG in ../ficdb/log/revloader/OFSAPD_TEST_F2T_SAMPLE_20161216_4_Task1_rev.log

Cause

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