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JDeveloper problem deploying J2EE application

Posted on 2007-03-28
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Our developer team is attempting to deploy an application to a UNIX AIX Oracle 10G Application Server. They have used jdeveloper in the past without problems. The application needs to be deployed for testing.
I can recreate the problem they are having by doing the following:

Go into jdeveloper and click on new connection

TYPE
        Oracle Application Server
AUTHENTICATION
        ias_admin
        *******
CONNECTION
        Enterprise Manager OC4J Hostname:         oracle01.courts.state.md.us
        Enterprise Manager OC4J HTTP Port:        1810
        Remote Servers home directory:         /oramp01/app/oracle/product/devmid01
        OC4J Instance Name(optional):                JIS_ecitation_dev
EJB Client Connection
        ormi://oracle01:                                12401 ( I got this port number from grep on devmid01 and rmi and citation default is listed as 23791 ( via emc that is what i see, but ps commenad shows 12401)
        RMI username:                                admin
        RMI password:                                ?????

I attempted to do a search on the user name admin, but did not see a user name for this user...( so i am not sure which password to use, but I have tried some combinations)

Please let me know if you see any thing wrong with any of these parameters. I have looked at log files, changed settings etc etc, and do not seem to be able to get a  connection. I did see that ecitation deployed an application on 3-02-2007. This was before daylight savings time. Any help will be appreciated. I have recreated problem within jdeveloper on two different versions.

Currently get this error message:
Command was successfully sent to Oc4jDcmServlet
Receiving session id from servlet to check command status
****  Could not get session id from Oc4jDcmServlet
 ** Thread[main,5,main] ** Wed Mar 28 07:27:03 EST 2007 **  ** EXCEPTION: java.io.StreamCorruptedException: invalid stream header
java.io.StreamCorruptedException: invalid stream header
        at java.io.ObjectInputStream.readStreamHeader(ObjectInputStream.java:753)
        at java.io.ObjectInputStream.<init>(ObjectInputStream.java:268)
        at oracle.j2ee.tools.remote_deploy.Oc4jDcmClient.receiveSessionId(Unknown Source)
        at oracle.j2ee.tools.remote_deploy.Oc4jDcmCommand.execute(Unknown Source)
        at oracle.j2ee.tools.remote_deploy.Oc4jDcmCommand.listApplications(Unknown Source)
        at oracle.j2ee.tools.remote_deploy.Oc4jDcmMain.main(Oc4jDcmMain.java:71)
Please, wait for command to finish...
Checking command status...
Setting userName to sysman
Command has finished
Receiving command exit value
####  Could not receive command output from Oc4jDcmServlet
Receiving command output
####  Could not receive command output from Oc4jDcmServlet
****  No output was received from command
Closing connection to Oc4jDcmServlet
####  DCM command did not complete successfully (-1)
####  HTTP return code was -1
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Mayank S earned 500 total points
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Looks like an encoding or version problem at first glance.
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by:arobbin
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I resolevd the issue. The Oracle 10.1 agent and Oracle 10.1 iasconsole was secured (https) several weeks ago. The deployment environment within JDevloper and the OC4J applications within JDeveloper has connections configured to support an unsecured environment (http). I "unsecured" the Oracle 10.1 agent and iasconsole on the AIX system supporting the Oracle Application Server 10.1 being deployed to and this resolved the developer team's issue.

Thanks to all who looked at this problem and hope this helps other in the future.

ACR Enterprises
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by:arobbin
ID: 18811154
I resolevd the issue. The Oracle 10.1 agent and Oracle 10.1 iasconsole was secured (https) several weeks ago. The deployment environment within JDevloper and the OC4J applications within JDeveloper has connections configured to support an unsecured environment (http). I "unsecured" the Oracle 10.1 agent and iasconsole on the AIX system supporting the Oracle Application Server 10.1 being deployed to and this resolved the developer team's issue.

Thanks to all who looked at this problem and hope this helps other in the future.

ACR Enterprises
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