When you are generating Oracle EBS User Defined Types (UDT) using the generation wizard in Visual Studio, you may encounter the following error: A message sent to adapter “WCF-Custom” on send port “SP.Oracle” with URI “oracledb://ORACLE” is suspended. Error details: System.InvalidOperationException: Custom type mapping for ‘dataSource=’ORACLE’ schemaName=’SCHEMA’ typeName=’SCHEMATYPE” is not specified or is invalid. Good chance that you are generating several libraries (dll) for your user assemblies (userAssembliesLoadPath), instead of just one....
Some of you may or may not know that I have been busy with a Mule ESB implementation last year. Partly because I had some time in which I could help a client and partly because it never hurts to dive into a new technology and see for yourself what it’s like. It never hurts to know what else is on the market, especially in open-source-land. Getting lost in an open source...
Another error I’ve encountered every time I try to register a server in Mule, using Tomcat. Mule ESB: Could not register server: Unrecognized SSL message, plaintext connection? This is an easy one. There’s no secure connection, so just stick to HTTP instead of HTTPS.
This error can also be found in Mule’s own documentation. But I am just writing this up for myself, because I ran into the error several times already. Could not register server: sun.security.validator.ValidatorException: PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target Delete or rename the truststore.jks file. Located in your Mule installation folder, e.g. C:Program FilesMule.mule.agent Restart the Mule service Go into MMC and retry to register the...
If Mulesoft is good in anything it’s the lack of examples and documentation. I find myself busy with trial and error programming quite often. Now: reading a cookie from a HTTP request from an HTTP connector. So what I do is sending out an HTTP-request and get a response, which contains a cookie (e.g. session id). I have to use the value of the cookie in all the following request I am making to...
Always fun to install BizTalk 2013 without installing Visual Studio first. There seem to be so many components in Visual Studio’s installation that make the BizTalk installation easy. But now busy with the production server I am getting the following error. Brace yourself! Enterprise Single Sign-On Server: Unspecified error After some digging in the instrallation log I noticed some weird text though (C:/Users/<USER>/AppData/Local):
OS Version: 6.1 Build: 7601 Service Pack: 1.0 Suite: 272 Product Type: 3
<BR>[14:30:41 Info] Marking Operation: Install/Installing components/Installing Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable as Completed in TaskInfo XML
<BR>[14:30:41 Error] Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable: CreateProcess(E:/BizTalk Server/Platform/SSO64/Platform/VCRedist/x64/vcredist.exe "E:/BizTalk Server/Platform/SSO64/Platform/VCRedist/x64/vcredist.exe" /Q) failed. Description: ?°???>?A is not a valid Win32 application.
<BR>[14:30:41 Info] Marking Stage: Install/Installing components as Completed in TaskInfo XML
<BR>[14:30:41 Info] Showing MessageBox with text: The following platform components failed to install and will need to be manually installed before setup can proceed: Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable: CreateProcess(E:/BizTalk Server/Platform/SSO64/Platform/VCRedist/x64/vcredist.exe "E:/BizTalk Server/Platform/SSO64/Platform/VCRedist/x64/vcredist.exe" /Q) failed. Description: %1 is not a valid Win32 application.
Check the log for details. Return Code: 0
<BR>[14:30:41 Error] d:/bt/87088/private/setup/setup/common/setup/wizard/exe/setup.cpp(1675): FAILED hr = 80004005
Notice the weird characters...
Just a quick blog here. For myself and for other guys on the Internet run into same problem. I tried to do a cluster installation of the SSO Master Secret Server for BizTalk Server 2013 and I got the error below: Product: Microsoft Enterprise Single Sign-On — Internal Error 2337. 0, Microsoft.ExceptionMessageBoxCopy.dll The solution is easy. Make sure you install the .Net Framework (4.5) first. And then restart your SSO Master Secret Server...
For a client’s migration to BizTalk 2013, I came across a TCP/IP adapter which needed to be migrated as well. I was unable to find a 2013 version of the adapter though and decided to update it myself. I used the 2010 fork of the original adapter and updated all references. Also the depricated setup project needed to be rebuilt, so now the setup uses a InstallShield Limited Edition setup...
As some of you may know I have also been busy with some open source middleware, specifically Mule ESB, by Mulesoft. The first thing I noticed was that there’s really not that much information to be found online for all the cases you encounter. It makes starting development harder than at first glance. Added to the fact that I had some shortcomings when it comes to Java, as a .Net...
I have been busy with this the last couple of hours and really didn’t get it. We recently started a migration to BizTalk 2013 and I was just testing the development machine and came across the problem that my custom namespace was not being resolved in HL7. Problem I created a party ROB, which used a custom ADT^A04 schema with namespace http://roborop/HealthCare/HL7/2X. I changed the namespace accordingly in the BTAHL7...