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User not found error while running reports in Stardust env [message #900115] Sat, 04 August 2012 03:26 Go to next message
Ganesh Lawande is currently offline Ganesh Lawande
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Registered: February 2012
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If you get following error in your BIRT reporting component while running Stardust reports, then the issue is likly related to JNDI name is not properely cofigured.

20120730 08:02:24,930 ERROR (WebContainer : 6) ProcessDatabaseQueryServiceEJB - javax.naming.NameNotFoundException: Name comp/env/jdbc not found in context "java:".
20120730 08:02:25,059 INFO (WebContainer : 6) ProcessDatabaseQueryServiceEJB - Worktime calculator class class ag.carnot.reporting.worktime.DefaultWorktimeC
alculator
20120730 08:02:25,059 INFO (WebContainer : 6) Connection - API <=== open()
20120730 08:02:25,060 INFO (WebContainer : 6) Connection - API ===> newQuery()
20120730 08:02:25,060 INFO (WebContainer : 6) Connection - API <=== getMetaData()
20120730 08:02:25,060 INFO (WebContainer : 6) Query - API ===> prepare()
20120730 08:02:25,080 INFO (WebContainer : 6) Query - API <=== prepare()
20120730 08:02:25,080 INFO (WebContainer : 6) Connection - API ===> getMetaData()
20120730 08:02:25,080 INFO (WebContainer : 6) DataSetMetaData - API ===> DataSetMetaData()
20120730 08:02:25,080 INFO (WebContainer : 6) DataSetMetaData - API <=== DataSetMetaData()
20120730 08:02:25,080 INFO (WebContainer : 6) Connection - API <=== getMetaData()
20120730 08:02:25,090 INFO (WebContainer : 6) Query - API ===> executeQuery()
Re: User not found error while running reports in Stardust env [message #900116 is a reply to message #900115] Sat, 04 August 2012 03:30 Go to previous message
Ganesh Lawande is currently offline Ganesh Lawande
Messages: 5
Registered: February 2012
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Adding correct JNDI ref entries in your app server resolves this issue. The BIRT component looks the currently logged-in user in the session/cache, if it is not found there, it tries to fetch it from the adudit trail DB using configured data source. And hence if JNDI name is not found, it returns the error saying could not find the user.
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