oracle.ias.sysmgmt.exception.PersistenceException

Base Exception: The DCM farm or an instance in the farm could not be found. This generally happens when an Oracle Application Server instance has inadvertently been removed from the farm. Resolution: The repository may need to be restored from a backup. Please refer to DCM reference guide or call Oracle Support for more information.

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  • via Oracle Community by 423497, 1 year ago
    Base Exception: The DCM farm or an instance in the farm could not be found. This generally happens when an Oracle Application Server instance has inadvertently been removed from the farm. Resolution: The repository may need to be restored from a backup. Please refer to DCM reference guide or call Oracle Support for more information.
  • via Oracle Community by 666083, 11 months ago
    Base Exception: The DCM farm or an instance in the farm could not be found. This generally happens when an Oracle Application Server instance has inadvertently been removed from the farm. Resolution: The repository may need to be restored from a backup. Please refer to DCM reference guide or call Oracle Support for more information.
  • Base Exception: The DCM farm or an instance in the farm could not be found. This generally happens when an Oracle Application Server instance has inadvertently been removed from the farm. Resolution: The repository may need to be restored from a backup. Please refer to DCM reference guide or call Oracle Support for more information.
  • Stack trace

    • oracle.ias.sysmgmt.exception.PersistenceException: Base Exception: The DCM farm or an instance in the farm could not be found. This generally happens when an Oracle Application Server instance has inadvertently been removed from the farm. Resolution: The repository may need to be restored from a backup. Please refer to DCM reference guide or call Oracle Support for more information. at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.persistence.PersistenceManager.updateOnsConfig(Unknown Source) at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.persistence.PersistenceManager.updateOnsConfig(Unknown Source) at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.task.TaskMaster.initRepository(Unknown Source) at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.task.TaskMaster.<init>(Unknown Source) at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.task.InstanceManager.sysInit(Unknown Source) at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.task.InstanceManager.init(Unknown Source) at oracle.ias.sysmgmt.EntryPoint.init(Unknown Source) at oracle.webdb.config.smi.GeneralConfig.<init>(Unknown Source) at oracle.webdb.config.smi.GeneralDADConfig.<init>(Unknown Source) at oracle.webdb.config.smi.DADConfig904Imp.<init>(Unknown Source) at oracle.webdb.config.smi.ConfigFactory.getGeneralDADConfig(Unknown Source) at oracle.webdb.config.smi.ConfigFactory.getDADConfig904(Unknown Source) at oracle.webdb.config.smi.ConfigFactory.getDADConfigLatest(Unknown Source) at oracle.webdb.config.smi.ConfigFactory.getDADConfigLatest(Unknown Source) at oracle.security.sso.SSOConfigAssistant.configDAD(SSOConfigAssistant.java:1493) at oracle.security.sso.SSOConfigAssistant.ssoConfig(SSOConfigAssistant.java:1270) at oracle.security.sso.SSOConfigAssistant.main(SSOConfigAssistant.java:217)

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