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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Repository Creation Utility User's Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1.1.7.0)

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C Troubleshooting Repository Creation Utility

This appendix describes solutions to common problems that you might encounter when running Repository Creation Utility (RCU). It contains the following sections:

C.1 General Troubleshooting Tips

If you encounter an error during installation:

C.2 RCU Log Files

The main RCU log file is written to the RCU_HOME/rcu/log/logdir.date_timestamp/rcu.log (on UNIX operating systems) or RCU_HOME\rcu\log\logdir.date_timestamp\rcu.log (on Windows operating systems) file. For example, on a UNIX operating system:

RCU_HOME/rcu/log/logdir.2010-01-02_03-00/rcu.log

In addition to this general log file, each component writes a log file of its own. All component log files are also written to the RCU_HOME/rcu/log/logdir.date_timestamp (on UNIX operating systems) or RCU_HOME\rcu\log\logdir.date_timestamp (on Windows operating systems) directory.

Table C-1 lists the component log file names in alphabetical order by log file name.

Table C-1 RCU Component Log File Names

Component Log File Name

Activity Graph and Analytics

activities.log

Authorization Policy Manager

apm.log

Business Activity Monitoring

bam.log

Business Intelligence Platform

biplatform.log

Oracle WebCenter Content Server 11g - Complete

contentserver11.log

Oracle WebCenter Content Server 11g - Search

contentserver11search.log

Oracle Content Server 10g

contentserver.log

Discoverer

discoverer.log

Oracle Discussions Crawler

discussions_crawler.log

Oracle Discussions

discussions.log

Registry

epmregistry.log

Audit Services

iau.log

Audit Services for OES

iauoes.log

Oracle Imaging and Process Management

ipm.log

Oracle Information Rights Management

irm.log

Metadata Services

mds.log

Oracle Access Manager

oam.log

Oracle Adaptive Access Manager

oaam.log

Oracle Adaptive Access Manager (Partition Support)

oaam_partn.log

Master and Work Repository

odi.log

Oracle Internet Directory

oid.log

Oracle Identity Federation

oif.log

Oracle Identity Manager

oim.log

Enterprise Scheduler Service

oraess.log

SIP Infrastructure Location Service

orasdpls.log

User Messaging Service

orasdpm.log

SIP Infrastructure Subscriber Data Service

orasdpsds.log

Presence

orasdpxdms.log

Portal

portal.log

Portlet Producers

portlet.log

SOA Infrastructure

soainfra.log

Social Schema

socialnetwork.log

Social View Schema

socialnetwork_views.log

Social CEF Schema

socialnetwork_cef.log

Oracle WebCenter Content: Records

urm.log

Spaces and Services

webcenter.log


C.3 Finding Schemas in the Database

In situations where you need to find which schemas are already installed in your database, there are two methods for accomplishing this.

You can run RCU (Section 2.4, "Starting RCU") and select Drop on the Create Repository screen. After specifying your database credentials, you will be able to see the schemas available for your drop operation, which are the schemas installed on the database.

You can also connect to and query the database using the following SQL command:

SELECT OWNER, VERSION, STATUS FROM SCHEMA_VERSION_REGISTRY; 

C.4 Need More Help?

If this appendix does not solve the problem you encountered, try looking for a solution on My Oracle Support (formerly OracleMetaLink):

https://support.oracle.com/

If you are unable to find a solution for your problem, open a service request.