oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: java.lang.NullPointerException". In my extended controller, I havent actually written any code yet, all I do is call super.processRequest(pageContext,webBean) and then I get the error.

Oracle Community | user7438864 | 5 years ago
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    oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: java.lang.NullPointerException

    Oracle Community | 5 years ago | user7438864
    oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: java.lang.NullPointerException". In my extended controller, I havent actually written any code yet, all I do is call super.processRequest(pageContext,webBean) and then I get the error.
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    oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: Illegal method call because there is no database connection.

    Oracle Community | 7 months ago | Mussa
    oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: Illegal method call because there is no database connection. However, we were able to log in when I bounced the applications. I think this might be a temporary solution. What I need is a permanent solution by identifying the cause o the problem and solving it. I did my search and what I found is below . If you have come across this error before and your workaround worked successfully then you are welcome to share your experience here. Causes according the article below: http://ora-players.blogspot.com/2011/08/oracleappsfndframeworkoaexception.html 1) The root cause of the issue is that there was no database connection available to service your request. 2) The most likely cause of that issue is that we are leaking JDBC connections. 3) However it can also occur when the database is overloaded and unable to process our request quickly enough. Regarding to the causes above: 1) There was a database connection at the time of error (Database , DB listener, Apps listener were up and running). 2) I w ent to system administration --> Diagnostic --> AOL/J Database Connection Pool Status Then AOL/J Database Connection Pool Status page appears with some statistics: leaked connections : 82 locked connections: 16 Double clicking on "leaked connections" shows some exception message as below : AOL/J Database Connection Pool Status April 27, 2016 3:02:12 PM AST Top of Form oracle.apps.fnd.security.LeakedConnectionException 1, 0x100124f, 2016-04-27+08:34:46.227+0300, Thread[AJPRequestHandler-HTTPThreadGroup-3,5,HTTPThreadGroup]
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    JBO-25002: Definition of type ApplicationModule not found

    Oracle Community | 8 years ago | 598438
    oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: oracle.jbo.NoDefException: JBO-25002: Definition company.oracle.apps.xxscp.lov.server.BufferStockLovAM of type ApplicationModule not found after deploying to a Quality instance. 1. Class files & XML files have been deployed . 2. I have Bounced the server as well as the oc4j container after the installation. 3. The file permissions are good . All files as well as directories have 755 . The same files work in jdeveloper and in other instances. This happens for files in a particular directory. $JAVA_TOP/<company>/oracle/apps/xxscp/lov/server All files in other directories like $JAVA_TOP/<company>/oracle/apps/xxscp/<module>/server $JAVA_TOP/<company>/oracle/apps/xxscp/<module>/webui are getting picked up. the only difference (in comparison to other instances) I found was in server.xml , which did not have the Files as entries. But then I thought server.xml is only used when you want to extend any objects. However I deleted the server.xml (bounced webserver &oc4j) and tried , still the same error. Any idea what could be wrong or Am I missing something. Thanks and Regards Hari ERROR STACK ------------
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    Error when adding parameter for SingleSelection column

    Oracle Community | 6 years ago | 754212
    oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: This region has an invalid root bean . This can be caused in one of the following two ways: 1) An attempt has been made to reference an application module or view object which is not yet known. Be sure to add this bean to its parent before setting or getting any attributes which is associated to an application module or view object. 2) All regions must have an OABodyBean as it's root bean.
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    Error when adding parameter for SingleSelection column

    Oracle Community | 6 years ago | 754212
    oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: This region has an invalid root bean . This can be caused in one of the following two ways: 1) An attempt has been made to reference an application module or view object which is not yet known. Be sure to add this bean to its parent before setting or getting any attributes which is associated to an application module or view object. 2) All regions must have an OABodyBean as it's root bean.

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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException

      java.lang.NullPointerException". In my extended controller, I havent actually written any code yet, all I do is call super.processRequest(pageContext,webBean) and then I get the error.

      at oracle.apps.iby.fundcapture.setup.components.webui.CreateExtBankAcctCO.processRequest()
    2. oracle.apps.iby
      CreateExtBankAcctCO.processRequest
      1. oracle.apps.iby.fundcapture.setup.components.webui.CreateExtBankAcctCO.processRequest(CreateExtBankAcctCO.java:171)
      1 frame
    3. xxrgd.oracle.apps
      XXRGDCreateExtBankAcctCO.processRequest
      1. xxrgd.oracle.apps.iby.fundcapture.setup.components.webui.XXRGDCreateExtBankAcctCO.processRequest(XXRGDCreateExtBankAcctCO.java:23)
      1 frame