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"oracle.http.configfile" not found in system properties
oracle.net.http.HttpConfigurationException: "oracle.http.configfile" not found in system properties	at oracle.net.http.HttpConnectionFactory.getConfigDoc(HttpConnectionFactory.java:129)	at oracle.net.http.HttpConnectionFactory.create(HttpConnectionFactory.java:92)	at oracle.webcache.invalidation.InvalidationConnection.(InvalidationConnection.java:105)	at oracle.webcache.invalidation.InvalidationConnection.(InvalidationConnection.java:128)	at oracle.webdb.provider.v2.cache.WebCacheInvalidationContext.getInvalidationConnection(Unknown Source)	at oracle.webdb.provider.v2.cache.WebCacheInvalidationContext.invalidate(Unknown Source)	at InvalidationEditRenderer.renderBody(InvalidationEditRenderer.java:42)	at oracle.portal.provider.v2.render.RenderManager.render(Unknown Source)	at oracle.portal.provider.v2.DefaultPortletInstance.render(Unknown Source)	at oracle.webdb.provider.v2.adapter.soapV1.ProviderAdapter.showPortlet(Unknown Source)	at oracle.webdb.provider.v2.adapter.soapV1.ProviderAdapter.handleHttp(Unknown Source)	at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Native Method)	at oracle.webdb.provider.v2.adapter.SOAPServlet.doHTTPCall(Unknown Source)	at oracle.webdb.provider.v2.adapter.SOAPServlet.service(Unknown Source)	at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:336)