|Oracle® Secure Enterprise Search Release Notes
11g Release 2 (11.2.2)
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11g Release 2 (11.2.2)
This document contains important last minute information for Oracle Secure Enterprise Search 11g Release 2 (11.2.2) that is not included in the regular documentation.
This document contains the following topics:
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This section contains the latest known issues and bugs for this release and contains these topics:
Note:For updated information on bugs, workarounds, and best practices, visit the Oracle SES Web site:
This section lists the known issues for this release that affect the installation process.
10289002: RCU FAILS WITH ORA-01031 AT CREATE SCHEMAS IF DATA VAULT PRESENT
With Oracle Data Vault enabled, RCU fails with "ORA-01031: insufficient privileges" error during Oracle SES 11.2.2 schema creation.
Workaround: Disable Oracle Data Vault using the procedure provided in Oracle Database Vault Administrator's Guide for 11g Release 2 (11.2).
Note:Installing Oracle SES 11.2.2 on an Oracle Data Vault enabled database is not supported.
10216945: RCU TOOL: LICENSE QUESTION DOESN'T VERIFY FOR INVALID INPUTS
At the license prompt, the installer does correctly verify Y or y for Yes, and N or n for No as it should, but it also accepts any other character at the license prompt and treats it as No.
Workaround: There is no workaround.
This section lists the known bugs for this release.
7294661: CRAWLER FAILS WHILE HANDLING THE LHA FORMAT FILES
The LHA compression file format is supported in this release. Crawler fails when it cannot find the libraries related to the LHA compression file format.
Workaround: To use this feature, you must manually download and deploy the libraries that support the LHA compression file format.
9241318: MULTIBYTE NAMES NOT SUPPORTED BY WNA
Multibyte login name is not supported by Windows Native Authentication (WNA), since the underlying WebLogic implementation for Kerberos authentication does not support such names.
Workaround: There is no workaround.
13455169: EXPORT OPERATION FAILS AFTER UPGRADING FROM SES 11.2.1 TO SES 11.2.2
After upgrading from Oracle SES 11.2.1 to Oracle SES 11.2.2, the export operation may fail when using the
searchadmin command's export operation with the "-o" or "--OUTPUT_FILE" parameter. The following error message is displayed on the command line:
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: oracle/as/scheduler/Recurrence at java.lang.Class.getDeclaredMethods0(Native Method) at java.lang.Class.privateGetDeclaredMethods(Class.java:2427) at java.lang.Class.getDeclaredMethod(Class.java:1935) ...
This error occurs when the inventory location of the Oracle SES instance is different from that of the Oracle Fusion Middleware instance.
Workaround: The Oracle SES instance and the Oracle Fusion Middleware instance should use the same inventory location.
12934870: CRAWLING OAM SSO WEB SITES DOES NOT WORK
When an SES Web source is created for an OAM SSO enabled Web site, the crawler operation fails, and the crawler log shows the following error message:
EQG-30027: Not allowed URL: <URL of the login page of the OAM SSO enabled Web site>
This error occurs because Oracle SES 11.2.2 does not support crawling of the OAM SSO enabled Web sites.
Workaround: There is no workaround.
8982493: SES MIDTIER START/STOP WARNING MESSAGES (SECURITY NOTICE BEA-090898)
Security warnings appear when connecting to the node manager with WebLogic server as the midtier. This is because WebLogic server does not recognize the CA certificates from the midtier of the earlier Oracle SES release.
Workaround: Ignore the warning messages in the log. If you are concerned about the log indicating the warnings, remove the offending CA certificates from the trust store. By default, WebLogic server is configured with
DemoTrust.jks and ignores the JDK CA certificate trust stores. Therefore, removing the offending CA certificates from the JDK CA certificates file should cause the warning to cease.
Alternatively, the following solution may be applied.
Dweblogic.StdoutSeverityLevel system property to limit the number of warnings:
(Or substitute a lower number depending on how many messages you want to display, such as 8, 4, 2,1).
See Oracle Application Server Administrator's Guide for information about managing trusted CA certificates.
This section contains the corrections and additions to the Oracle SES 11.2.2 Administration GUI Online Help.
"STOP INDEX OPTIMIZER" BUTTON FUNCTIONALITY NOT DESCRIBED IN ONLINE HELP
Sometimes the index optimizer takes a long time to complete, and consumes a considerable amount of system resources. In the earlier SES release, there was no way for the SES administrator to stop the index optimizer to free the system resources.
In SES 11.2.2, the "Stop Index Optimizer" button is added to the Global Settings -> Index Optimization page in the SES Administration GUI. Clicking this button interrupts the index optimizer with one of the following outcomes:
If the SES administrator had specified to let the index optimizer run forever in the SES Administration GUI, then the information about the progress made by the index optimizer so far is saved in the SES database.
If the SES administrator had specified a maximum time to run the index optimizer in the SES Administration GUI, then the information about the progress made by the index optimizer so far is not saved in the SES database, that is, this information is lost.
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Oracle Secure Enterprise Search Release Notes, 11g Release 2 (11.2.2)
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