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Duplicate Routing Error – Routing xxx already exists. Please select a unique name. (158, 2075)

Routings in PeopleSoft Integration Broker are used to carry a predefined function. A routing definition defines the sending and receiving nodes for a transaction, specifies any inbound and outbound transformations to invoke and defines external aliases. It also defines overrides that the default integration gateway and the default target connector that the local node use to […]

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Configuring Integration Broker Messaging Between PeopleSoft Instances at Different PeopleTools Levels

There are scenarios especially when doing a PeopleTools upgrade that you might have to establish PeopleSoft Integration Broker messaging between instances running at different PeopleTools levels. Let me give you an example – Say you have the following solutions implemented on PeopleTools 8.50.08: PeopleSoft HCM 9.1, PeopleSoft CRM 9.1, PeopleSoft FMS 9.1, PeopleSoft Portal 9.1 […]

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Integration Broker Authentication: Invalid Authentication type (AUTHOPTN) for node PSFT_LM. (158,452)

This issue “Integration Broker Authentication: Invalid Authentication type (AUTHOPTN) for node PSFT_LM. (158,452)” has been documented in Oracle Support as well with ID 1127403.1. The reason for this error is that the two nodes are not able to talk to each other because of different authentication type (hint is in the error – Invalid Authentication […]

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Integration Gateway Message Unmarshalling: Missing value for the following field : ConnectorClassNam

I was doing Integration Broker setup when I got this error: Integration Gateway Message Unmarshalling: Missing value for the following field : ConnectorClassNam This error is received when you try to ping a node: I checked in MyOracleSupport and found a case related to the same – ID 752128.1 The case said that the error […]

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