Adding service reference not updating web config transformations
Because the service engine executes the activity by throwing a fault and builds an implicit catch block for the enclosing scope activity, this fault is displayed in Oracle Enterprise Manager.Bug: 13996131 Added: 15-June-2012 Platform: All The spring service component does not support the running and terminated instance states.
Workaround: You need to configure timezone related startup parameters before you start the servers and install again.When you use an abstract WSDL file, it is identified as a local copy and keeps the target external reference partner link active.This design protects against external dependencies during startup/retirement/shutdown.Back to top Bug: 14081332 Added: 15-June-2012 Platform: All When a replay activity in a BPEL process of a SOA composite application is invoked, it is displayed as faulted under the Faults tab of the BPEL process instance in Oracle Enterprise Manager, even though an actual fault has not occurred. The fault is displayed because the BPEL process service engine is re-executing the scope activity.When you add a replay activity to a BPEL process, the internal implementation of .As a result AIADemo details do not get reflected in product information in About AIA.
Workaround: No workaround required as it does not affect functionality.
To set up a timezone perform the following tasks: For example ALTER SESSION SET TIME_ZONE = 'America/New_York'. If it throws an error, apply DST patches for the database.
For example Note 975450.1 - DSTv13 update for the Oracle Database.
Bug: 13434393 Added: 27-November-2011 Platform: All If any of the managed servers are down, the drop down for Managed Server does not auto-populate cluster names.
This happens because the installer checks whether the managed servers are up and running to ensure that installation does not fail because the managed servers are down.
For a list of issues and workarounds pertaining to Oracle SOA Installation, Upgrade, High Availability, Enterprise Deployment, Performance Tuning, and Web Services, as well as SOA on IBM Websphere, see the Oracle Fusion Middleware Release Notes.