Release Notes for Oracle Data Integrator
This document describes known issues associated with Oracle Data Integrator. It includes the following sections:
This section describes the following issues and their workarounds:
odi-sdk-ws may incorrectly show the version number 220.127.116.11.0.1 instead of the correct version number 18.104.22.168.0.
The General Information window may incorrectly show the version number 10.3.6 instead of the correct version number 22.214.171.124.0.
When testing the connection for the Enterprise Scheduler, the Test Connection window erroneously includes Local Agent in the selection list for test agents. The Local Agent cannot be used for ESS-ODI asynchronous communication channel. This will be corrected in a future release.
Selecting the Resource Center > ODI Resources on OTN may result in an Error 403.
To access the ODI resources, use this URL directly in a new browser window:
For repositories created using prior to ODI version 126.96.36.199.0, you must update the repository seed data using this procedure:
Note:This procedure is required only when updating to the ODI SAP BW/ERP Adapter v37 included with this version of ODI.
If you use the existing adapter, you should not complete this procedure.
Start ODI and connect to your repository
Open the ODI Security Module.
Right-click Dataserver and select Import.
Choose Insert import mode and select the XML file:
<ODI Studio Home>
Right-click Dataserver and select Import.
Choose Update import mode and select the XML file
<ODI Studio Home>
After updating the adapter, you should update the KMs and ODI SAP components.
Note:Be sure to back-up your existing KMs before upgrading.
Complete the procure to import/update KMs from your KM export flies (in the
Uninstall any earlier version of the ODI SAP components. Refer to "Uninstalling ODI SAP Components" in the ODI Application Adapters Guide for details.
Install the updated components. Refer to "Installation ODI SAP Components" in the ODI Application Adapters Guide for details.
When using EM on WAS server, the ODI Console may fail to start. To correct this issue, you must modify the
wasadmin.sh scripts to place the
java option after
PREF_JM_OPTIONS by using the following procedure:
Create the Cell and Node manually by using the Configuration wizard.
At the end of the wasadmin.sh file, move the
$javaOption after the
Save the wasadmin.sh file, re-run the Configuration wizard to deploy odiconsole and agent, and start all servers.
After a shutting down an ODI managed server from EM, the following exception may appear:
MDS-00512: failure to create document
The shutdown was successful and you may ignore the error.
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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Release Notes for Oracle Data Integrator, 11g (11.1.1)
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