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<BEA-101162> <User Defined Listener Com.splwg.base.web.startup.SPLWebStartup Failed (Doc ID 2685196.1)

Last updated on JULY 09, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Revenue Management and Billing - Version 2.6.0.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

After RMB v2.6.0.1.0 installation, we see HTTP error when accessing Login Page.
We are running WebLogic 12c in Native Mode. Both admin server and ouafserver are running. Deployments for both SPLService and SPLWeb are active. Getting error when I try to get to RMB website login page.

The error message is as follow:

User defined listener com.splwg.base.web.startup.SPLWebStartup failed: com.splwg.shared.common.LoggedException: Failed READ due to EJBException.

We did brand new application deployment, did SPL.cmd start and the RMBS website comes up. After that I closed SPL.cmd and ran startWebLogic.cmd, startNodeManager.cmd, start ouafserver. Both deployments SPLService, SPLWeb are running. Now RMBS website gives HTTP 500 Error.

Note that RMB application folder was copied from existing environment to the new environment (UAT to IT). Also an embedded instance in new (IT) environment already exists and working. So all paths are already set in the IT environment for all relevant Applications.

When copied RMB folder from UAT to IT, the following changes were done:
1. Update Environment.ini in RMB application folder to IT paths.
2. Update cistab file
3. Do configenv with P option
4. Initial Set Up
5. When I do spl.cmd start the website comes up
6. From weblogic I get error - ejb exception
7. RMB web application gives 500 error. I cannot get to login page

Please advise what else I need to set in configuration to be able to access the login page successfully.
 

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