Last week, I successfully installed Oracle Fusion Applications 11.1.3  on our Linux Server. Contact Us If you are looking for Fusion Applications Installation, Implementation or Training.

In this post I’ll cover one of many issues faced during Fusion Application 11.1.3 installation.

Fusion Application Installation includes various phases  – Pre-verify , Install, Pre-configure, Configure, Configure-secondary, Post-configure, Start-up and finally validate.

This error is at preverify stage and message in installation log $FA_BASE/logs/provisioning/plan<randomNumber>/<hostname>/ is

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[2012-04-05T13:42:59.863+01:00] [runProvisioning-preverify] [ERROR] [] [runProvisioning-preverify] [tid: 14] [ecid: 0000JQ2XWXh6ESgvDC sHtC1FVPB2000005,0] FAPROV-00298 The following error occurred while executing this line:[[/oracle/fa/appbase/faprov/ provisioning/provisioning-build/base-product-family-build.xml:54: The following error occurred while executing this line:

/oracle/fa/appbase/faprov/ provisioning/provisioning-build/fs-build.xml:143: The following error occurred while executing this line:

/oracle/fa/appbase/faprov /provisioning/provisioning-build/base-product-family-build.xml:631: The following error occurred while executing this line:

/oracle/fa/appbase/faprov /provisioning/provisioning-build/common-preverify-build.xml:602: The following error occurred while executing this line:

/oracle/fa/appbase/faprov/provisioning /provisioning-build/common-preverify-build.xml:586: Please make sure the the password ${provisioning.setup.pillars. core.schema.schema. FUSION_RUNTIME.schema. password} is valid. Length of Base64 encoded input string is not a multiple of 4.]]
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Preverify phase of Fusion Applications Installation uses ant build file containing ant targets that handle pre-verification. One of the ant build file is $FA_PROVISIONING_FRAMEWORK_HOME/ provisioning/provisioning-build/common-preverify-build.xml

Open this file and search for provisioning.setup.pillars.core.schema.schema.FUSION_RUNTIME.schema.password

Replace provisioning.setup.pillars.core.schema.schema.FUSION_RUNTIME.schema.password 
with 
schema.fusion.default-password

 

Entry before change

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<validatePasswordPolicy username=”${provisioning.setup.pillars.core.schema.schema.FUSION_RUNTIME.schema.username}”
password=”${provisioning.setup.pillars.core.schema.schema.FUSION_RUNTIME.schema.password}”
pattern=”${common.regex}”/>

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Entry after change
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<validatePasswordPolicy username=”${provisioning.setup.pillars.core.schema.schema.FUSION_RUNTIME.schema.username}”
password=”${schema.fusion.default-password}”
pattern=”${common.regex}”/>
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Note: This is workaround and not fix. For fix raise Service Request with Oracle Support.

Run provisioningWizard again .