Thursday, April 17, 2008

BPEL: Exception ORABPEL-05002

This post is in continuation to my post dated 27th september 07 on exception ORABPEL-05002. I have found some real good points to deal with such exceptions.

The exception looks like this,
Failed to handle dispatch message ... exception ORABPEL-05002
Message handle error.
An exception occurred while attempting to process the message "com.collaxa.cube.engine.dispatch.message.instance.PerformMessage"; the exception is: An exception occurred during transaction completion: ; nested exception is: javax.transaction.RollbackException: Timed out.

Solution:
You need to follow the steps mentioned below:

1.) Goto $Oracle_Home\j2ee\home\config\transaction-manager.xml:
change the transaction-timeout parameter, say 'x'

2.) Goto $Oracle_Home\j2ee\home\application-deployments\orabpel\ ejb_ob_engine\orion-ejb-jar.xml:
change the transaction-timeout parameter, say 'y' (i.e. y < x)

3.) Goto BPELConsole:
Change the syncMaxWaitTime in all domains, where you need a bigger timeout

4.) Restart the application server (SOA Server)

While setting the parameter values, be careful because by doing so you will block threads by using long-running synchronous invokes. So as a result, it can affect the performance of BPEL engine.

3 comments:

Emre said...

I use 11g version and
and would you please explain the steps by using screenshots in the console part.My process takes timeout and when I look the audit trail, the process is in pending status. Can you help me in order to solve this time out problem.

Madhubala88 said...

Hi Abhishek,

we are facing similar kind of issue.
But i can see in our server data-sources.xml file, the min connections and max connections both are 0 (zero). How much we need to give the max connections?

my error log details are as follows...


Failed to handle dispatch message ... exception ORABPEL-05002

Message handle error.
An exception occurred while attempting to process the message "com.collaxa.cube.engine.dispatch.message.invoke.InvokeInstanceMessage"; the exception is: faultName: {{http://schemas.oracle.com/bpel/extension}bindingFault}
messageType: {{http://schemas.oracle.com/bpel/extension}RuntimeFaultMessage}
parts: {{summary=file:/sw/appaia/product/SOA/bpel/domains/default/tmp/.bpel_CurrencyExchangeListEbizJMSProducer_1.0_4ec528ec93a8a6ff0278fab9701dcc71.tmp/CurrencyExchangeListEbizJMSProducerV1.wsdl [ Produce_Message_ptt::Produce_Message(OutputParameters) ] - WSIF JCA Execute of operation 'Produce_Message' failed due to: Adapter Framework unable to create outbound JCA connection.
file:/sw/appaia/product/SOA/bpel/domains/default/tmp/.bpel_CurrencyExchangeListEbizJMSProducer_1.0_4ec528ec93a8a6ff0278fab9701dcc71.tmp/CurrencyExchangeListEbizJMSProducerV1.wsdl [ Produce_Message_ptt::Produce_Message(OutputParameters) ] - : The Adapter Framework was unable to establish an outbound JCA connection due to the following issue: oracle.j2ee.connector.proxy.ProxyInterceptException: javax.resource.ResourceException: RollbackException: Transaction has been marked for rollback: null [Caused by: RollbackException: Transaction has been marked for rollback: null]
; nested exception is:
ORABPEL-12511
Adapter Framework unable to create outbound JCA connection.


please let me know whether increasing the max connection will be help, if so pls let me know the value which can be good.


Thanks,
Madhubala

mounika said...

It's Very Nice article
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