Skip to main content


Article # 3040834 - Page views: 13


  • Every day a few invoices fail in process D4_ACCOUNT_AND_APPROVE and we have noticed that the error mentions ‘closed connection’. Is it possible to check what is going on with these invoices?
  • The problem began after we migrated our Oracle EBS environment from OMCS to OCI.

  • It happens ou various times of the day.

  • It does not happen in non-production.



  • This more than likely has nothing to do with the oci changes to ebs database and more to do with the processit database.


  • Attached is a document which shows settings for updating jta transaction timeouts.
  • This is the best place to start to check.
  • If this doesn't do it or the jta transaction settings are already set, then perhaps there is a limitation to the number of connections against the d4 and orabpel schemas within the processit database.
  • The connections at one point were open but then closed. which is a probable indication of the transaction timeouts as a cause. 
  • Also look at the soa enterprise manager under administration of the oc4j_soa instance.
    • Check the jdbc connections > BPELPM_CONNECTION_POOL.
      • View the attributes and note.
      • The issue is likely either connection pool or the soa database is exceeding the number of allowed connections from the database itself. 


Level of Complexity 

Moderate, High


Applies to  

Product Version Build Environment Hardware




Article # 3040834
  • Was this article helpful?