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ESS Scheduler Fails Regularly Sending Credentials When Invoking A BPEL Process (Doc ID 2797782.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 09, 2021

Applies to:

SOA on Marketplace - Version 12.2.1.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

On : 12.2.1.4 version, Core ESS Product Issues

ESS scheduler fails regularly sending credentials when invoking a BPEL process

After migrating BPEL processes and ESS job/schedules from SOACS 12.2.1.3 to SOA MP 12.2.1.4

All ESS jobs invoke BPEL processes via a (private ) Loadbalancer URL and have a username token client policy attached
as the bpel services are secured via username token server policy.
The jobs are of type OneWayWebService

Job scheduling work in general , but often they fail with the error:

XXXXXXXX_server_1.out01145:oracle.as.scheduler.ExecutionErrorException: Oneway Webservice invocation for request 6454 returns unexpected Synchronous SOAPResponse.
XXXXXXXX_server_1.out01145: <Mar 19, 2021 9:05:36,203 AM UTC> <Error> <oracle.as.ess> <ESS-07004>
<Execution error for request 6454. Reason: Oneway Webservice invocation for request 6454 returns unexpected Synchronous SOAPResponse.>



This seem to come from the fact, that the bpel process responds with a 401 (see attched http access log), which usually happens when the basic authentication credential
is missing from the header, eg server asking to provide it.
 

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