Sunday, August 24, 2008

JBO-25058 and JBO-26001 exceptions

In a case if you will get JBO-25058 and JBO-26001 exceptions after running application developed with Oracle ADF in JDeveloper 11g, most probably my post will help you.

Those exceptions can be thrown, after refactoring Model part implemented with ADF BC. If Business Components Project file with extension *.jpx is moved to different package, jbo.project property available in bc4j.xcfg file must be changed accordingly. However, it is not changed always automatically. If its not changed, two exceptions will appear at runtime:

1) oracle.security.jazn.JAZNRuntimeException: JBO-25058: Definition JobTitle of type Attribute not found in JobTitle

2) oracle.jbo.NoXMLFileException: JBO-26001: XML File not found for the Container /Model.jpx

In order to solve this issue, double check bc4j.xcfg, ADF BC configuration file. For example, if Model.jpx file (this file can have different name in your project) is in lt.andrejusb.model package, jbo.project property in bc4j.xcfg file must be equal to jbo.project="lt.andrejusb.model.Model".

20 comments:

Nosayba said...

Hello Andrejus,

I am getting the "JBO-25058" Exception in my ADF Application but without having refactored or moved any parts of the project earlier. I've also double checked the bc4j.xcfg file and the properties seem to be quite correct.

I'm working on a single .JSP page currently, which is based on 3 View Objects. The strange part is that the page would run perfectly couple of times before suddenly -without changing anything in the project- the Exception pops, and after that neither this page would run nor any other pages I create in the application. I googled around and read that this error could occur "..if there is a case conflict, as when the database expects "DEPTNO" and receives "Deptno" instead." But to be honest, I have no clue how to work around that. I would appreciate any tips from your side. Thank you in advance. And btw, great blog!.

Nosayba said...

I forgot to subscribe for following-up comments in this post. This comment is just for this purpose. Sorry :-)

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

Hi,

This exception also can happen when database is down. Your database is running?

What if to run ADF BC Tester?

Regards,
Andrej

Nosayba said...

The database is running. The ADF Tester however doesn't -and never did- work with me. I get the following error when attempting to run it:

(oracle.jbo.ConfigException) JBO-33003: Connection name ORAA not defined

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

Hi,

Most probably its a reason for your problem, tester should work well. Looks like your database connection is defined wrong.

You can check 2 things:

1) Right click on Model project and choose Project Properties. Make sure in Business Components section, Connection is defined correctly.

2) Right click on Application Module and choose Configurations, make sure Connection is defined correctly.

Regards,
Andrejus

Nosayba said...

Hi,
Thanks for replying back. I hadn't the chance to test your recommendation because I was in a holiday. Now that I have, the connections are correctly defined in both locations. I'm starting to think it's a Bug in JDev11g, since I've read about similar bugs in metalink. It seems that I might be going back to a more stable release in 10g!.. :(

Nosayba.

Nosayba said...

A quick follow-up: I've downloaded Jdeveloper 11g Production Release that was released last week. I re-built the application and have been working on it for a while. No strange exceptions have occurred till now. I think it might have been an issue with the technology preview. Anyways, thank you for your replies :-)

Nosayba.

yaji said...

Dear Andrejus,
I am using ADFBC of Jdev 10.1.3. By placing the create form in the create.jspx page I create a new record in a table using the backing bean. I am doing it because I want to capture the primary key (DBSequence) value in to the session scope. The creation process is fine but the problem is reporting the unique key constraint exception handling as I have a passport_no field which is unique constrained. I want to display a simple message like “The passport number already exists”.
For further curiosity, If I use the create form execute action it displays a whole lot of message displaying the SQL query statement (I am using the SRdemo application as template)  how to customize this message.
I had gone through the ADFPhaseListner related code stuff but it may take some time for me to understand this. Your genius is good for new ADFBC coders like me.
Regards
Yaji

Anonymous said...

Dear Andrejus,
Iam getting this JBO-25058 exception in my application. I have checked all the possibilities that you have specified in this blog. But couldn't solve it. I am currently using JDev11.1.1.0.2 and generated my pages using JHeadstart11.1.1.0.31. Is there any other way left so that I can solve this problem?
The Exception looks like this:

oracle.jbo.NoDefException: JBO-25058: Definition #### of type Attribute not found in #####
at oracle.jbo.uicli.binding.JUCtrlValueBinding.getAttributeDef(JUCtrlValueBinding.java:512)
at oracle.jbo.uicli.binding.JUCtrlValueBinding.getAttributeDef(JUCtrlValueBinding.java:2539)

Is there any workaround to solve this problem? Would appreciate any tips. Thanks in advance.

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

Hello,

It seems you are using internal JDeveloper build, may be there are bugs.

Andrejus

Anonymous said...

Hello,

Thanks for the quick reply. But is there no workaround for this problem?

Tarit said...

PI am getting the same error"JBO-25058"..

Actually I am getting this error after apply a patch.

I bounce the Apache and Oacoreservices both from back end.And the issue got resolved.

you can try it from your end if this type of issue you faced.This can be helpful.

Santhosh kumar said...

Hi
I got this error while opening the standard page,
could any one please help me out, it is very urgent.

In iprocurement responsibility we have requisitions tab, under that we have notification sub menu is there, when i click on that, the following error is thrown,

please any one help me

Regards
Santhosh Kumar. K

oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: oracle.jbo.NoDefException: JBO-25058: Definition Attribute1 of type Attribute not found in OpenWorklistVO

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

It might be someone removed this attribute from ADF BC, but forgot to remove from UI or Page Def.

Andrejus

Anonymous said...

Hi Andrejus,

I am facing oracle.jbo.NoXMLFileException: JBO-26001: XML File not found for the Container exception.

I have checked bc4j files also and have checked all the connection details also but the things are not working for me. Please provide some urgent hepl please.

Thanks in Advance

Anonymous said...

Hello Andrejus,

I face this error in OAF development with Jdeveloper 10g.

error is ->
JBO-25058: Definition header_id of type Attribute not found in CreateOrderVO1
..plz tell me the solution ASAP..

my e-mail id - nagesh.ns21@gmail.com

thnx..
-nagesh

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

This sounds like OAF bug.

Andrejus

Vineeth said...

useful post..
Thanks a lot...

sten.jones@stenjones.se said...

Such great help! Finally my installation of Jdev11-2 seems to work. Many thanks!!!!!!

Manu said...

Thanks, this was helpful!