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Press the Any key to continue! Which I did eventually accomplish, but not until after working through a fair number of unexpected issues, as should be apparent from the list below! Searching for it returns 0 results. The application startup might not have included the required Nucleus modules for the Endeca indexing integration. In my situation, I found that I needed to add the following Make sure the following Nucleus components are included with the application server startup — these may or may not be the specific set of modules that are appropriate for your ATG application: DAF.
Index DCS. Try inspecting the application startup log for errors and warnings. I saw this happen when my product-sku-output-config. I ended up needing to manually run some ddl files in my local dev environment to resolve this. Exception appears in the log: "atg. IndexingException: java. NoSuchMethodError: org. I ended up switching my local environment to use WebLogic instead or JBoss as a workaround.
RuntimeException: org. ConnectTimeoutException: The host did not accept the connection within timeout of ms There might be a problem with the connectivity between ATG and Endeca CAS — possibly a configuration issue or networking issue.
Check: 1. If not, make the changes in the corresponding. The only workaround I know of at this point is to bounce the CAS server.
Quick instructions to bounce CAS in my Endeca environment; specifics for your environment may vary : ssh to the Endeca indexing server. An error related to network connectivity appears in the ATG server log.
Is CAS running? Alternatively, this might indicate a DNS issue. Make sure that when you ping the Endeca indexing server from your ATG server, the correct IP address is being returned. Q: java. One specific thing to check: If the language code e. NullPointerException: Property value cannot be null dimval. Cannot verify info objects. Then, run Catalog Verification; it should report 0 errors, 0 warnings.
If an error occurs during Basic Maintenance, it might be caused by an database deadlock. You can look at the application log file to verify whether or not this is the case. Q: ProductCatalogOutputConfig step fails after around records processed. I ended up just retrying the baseline index without changing any settings or bouncing the server , and it worked the second time.
OutOfMemoryError occurs after processing some, but not all, of the product records. Q: Silent failure on the EndecaIndexing step the last step. This may indicate that the forge process failed on the Endeca side. Try looking at the logs on the Endeca indexing server for details about the failure.
Verify that EAC is running on the Endeca indexing server. Q: Second portion of baseline index RepositoryExport fails midway through. IndexingException: com.
Integration of Oracle ATG and Oracle Endeca – The Best Practices
The new Commerce is designed to centrally manage customer engagement strategies, provide personalized user experiences and offer scalability that can meet demands. The company said that ATG has been leveraged to create and define sites, data and content, including multisite infrastructures, collection of session data, product catalog management, pricing and management of customer profiles. Endeca is utilized for the placement, contextual delivery and refinement of customer experiences across channels. Oracle Commerce provides pre-built components for quick launches of websites via a site creation wizard, which allows for integration of channels. A cross-channel strategy can be centrally managed, and granular control is offered over guided navigation, search, merchandising, content-targeting and personalization. The company said that Commerce can utilize existing customer experience technology that a business might have, integrating such tools as analytics, CRM or a recommendations engine.
ATG-Endeca Integration Guide
Press the Any key to continue! Which I did eventually accomplish, but not until after working through a fair number of unexpected issues, as should be apparent from the list below! Searching for it returns 0 results. The application startup might not have included the required Nucleus modules for the Endeca indexing integration.
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