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    Translations issue on WebLogic 12c server

    Hi Isomorphic,
    After deploying on WLS 12c we are facing problems in Data Source fmt translations of field titles. We have one development server in which, when deploying, sometimes works the translations fine but many other times does not. We are using ISC framework 12 relase. As far as we have seen, it seems that sometimes the DS instance returns an empty String when getting the title key. Then we have two managed WLS servers and when deploying it works only on one theme. Please let us know whatever information that can help us.
    Thank you!

    #2
    First thing is always to look at the server logs for a failed DS load and post them here if the answer isn’t obvious from the logs. This is required.

    If you’re saying that a given deployment either always fails to do the lookup or always succeeds, you are probably just not copying your .properties files to the server that fails, or they are corrupt or inaccessible in some way.

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      #3
      Hi Isomorphic,

      Acording to some tests we have done, it seems that the library "xercesImpl-2.9.1.jar" is related with our translaions isue. In our WLS environment the problem happens only in one of the two clustered nodes that as far as we know are identical. Can you please clear if this library is used by the framework to read the XML data sources?

      At a first moment we thought that having two versions of this library was the problem. We had in our WAR "xercesImpl-2.9.1.jar" and "xercesImpl-2.10.0". This duplicity produced the error in one of the nodes. In one test we removed the older versión and the problem was apparently solved. In another test we leaved the older one and the error appeared again, only in one node. So we are still trying to understand what is the problem and maybe you can give us more information about the use of this library by the framewok.

      Thank you in adnvance.

      Regards

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        #4
        Smartclient is using standard Java XML parsing and it doesn't need this library at all, since XML parsing is part of Java core now. See Java Module Dependencies for more details.

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          #5
          Hi Isomorphic,

          Thank you for your response.

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            #6
            And that's the kicker - if our experience with the on-prem stuff hadn't been so awful we would at least have considered Oracle cloud for our provider, but not one of us was even interested at looking at functionality or pricing of OCI when it came time to choose our provider. My guess is that 90% of the people moving into Oracle cloud were either strong-armed over license noncompliance (move to the cloud or we'll charge you for all those crappy 'features' you didnt even know you were using) or entities to whom Oracle is basically giving free compute. 100% guarantee within a couple years the first group will flee to AWS or Azure. Or maybe GCP but probably nah.9apps
            Last edited by sonu78mn; 18 Jan 2024, 06:48.

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