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Hardcoded Protocol In HDR Client Jar Needed (Doc ID 2633449.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 31, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Healthcare Data Repository - Version 7.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Oracle Healthcare Data Repository - Version 7.0.1

When attempting to implement SSL to the HDR Weblogic Admin Server, the error listed below occurs while performing restart of Managed Server.
Also, the Health of Managed Server is Not reachable. Upon investigation, it was found that the protocol is hard-coded to t3 in the hdrclnt.jar.
ClassName : BaseAuditLogger
Method: performIHEUserLogin

Customer is requesting to have hdrclnt.jar with t3s protocol or make the changes in a way that they can read the protocol from properties in case rollback to http is need.

ERROR
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java.lang.Exception: Cannot perform user loginjavax.security.auth.login.LoginException: java.io.IOException: Timed out while attempting to establish connection to :t3://<SERVER_NAME>:<PORT>
  at oracle.apps.ctb.ihe.xdsb.logger.server.XDSLogger.error(XDSLogger.java:111)
  at oracle.apps.ctb.ihe.xdsb.logger.audit.server.BaseAuditLogger.performIHEUserLogin(BaseAuditLogger.java:76)
  at oracle.apps.ctb.ihe.xdsb.logger.audit.server.BaseAuditLogger.init(BaseAuditLogger.java:84)
  at oracle.apps.ctb.ihe.xdsb.logger.audit.server.BaseAuditLogger.log(BaseAuditLogger.java:217)
  at oracle.apps.ctb.ihe.xdsb.logger.audit.server.ActionStartLogger.log(ActionStartLogger.java:24)
  Truncated. see log file for complete stacktrace

STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Implement SSL configuration
2. Restart HDR WebLogic Admin Server
3. Error occurs

Changes

 

Cause

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