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Stored Queries Cannot Be Opened From the Browser Window (Doc ID 2478388.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Engineering Data Management - Version 6.2.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
When trying to access stored Queries from the Java Client, the stored objects will not be shown in the Browser Window.

ERROR
Java Client Log display the following error:

14:15:21,116 [EdbExplorerRecordReader] - [EdbExplorerRecordReader@1c2ba49] Could not read structure for node xxx_xx_xxxxxxxxxx_xxx
14:15:21,116 [EdbExplorerRecordReader] - java.lang.NullPointerException
at com.agile.jacc.explorer.EdbExplorerRecordNode.setToolTipText(EdbExplorerRecordNode.java:275)
at com.agile.jacc.explorer.EdbExplorerRecordNode.setFlyoutField(EdbExplorerRecordNode.java:254)
at com.agile.jacc.explorer.EdbExplorerRecordNode.(EdbExplorerRecordNode.java:123)
at com.agile.jacc.explorer.EdbExplorerConfigurationNode.addRecordNodes(EdbExplorerConfigurationNode.java:278)
at com.agile.jacc.explorer.EdbExplorerConfigurationNode.processDataNode(EdbExplorerConfigurationNode.java:534)
at com.agile.jacc.explorer.EdbExplorerConfigurationNode.addChildNodesForRecord(EdbExplorerConfigurationNode.java:583)
at com.agile.jacc.explorer.EdbExplorerConfigurationNode.addChildNodesForRecordlist(EdbExplorerConfigurationNode.java:729)
at com.agile.jacc.explorer.EdbExplorerConfigurationNode.createChildNodes(EdbExplorerConfigurationNode.java:680)
at com.agile.jacc.explorer.EdbExplorerRecordReader.construct(EdbExplorerRecordReader.java:97)
at com.agile.jacc.explorer.EdbExplorerRecordReader.construct(EdbExplorerRecordReader.java:29)
at com.agile.share.swing.SwingWorker$2.run(SwingWorker.java:176)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source)


 

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