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Content/Portal URL not defined for node %1

When performing diagnostic test to verify PeopleSoft and Oracle Secure Enterprise Search connectivity, you may face an error at “STEP 2: Deploy” or “STEP3: Crawl”

The error will be something like:

Content/Portal URL not defined for node HCM92DEV (262,81) PTSF_FEED.SESFeedDataSource.OnExecute  Name:execute  PCPC:16168  Statement:281
Called from:PTFP_FEED.Feed.OnExecute  Name:execute  Statement:677
Called from:PTFP_FEED.FeedFactory.OnExecute  Name:getFeedDoc  Statement:244
Called from:PTSF_RNDTRP_WRK.PTSF_RNDTRIP_CRAWL.FieldChange  Statement:46

Content/Portal URL not defined for node %1

You can do the following checks to overcome this error:

1. Go to PeopleTools -> Search Framework -> Search Instance and check the value of URL in Call Back Properties. The general format is: http://<server>:<port>/PSIGW/PeopleSoftServiceListeningConnector/<node>

* Note the <node? at the end.

2. Go to PeopleTools -> Integration Broker -> Configuration -> Service Configuration and then to Setup Target Locations. Make sure that there is the same node name specified here. Also if you need to updated it – make sure you update the UDI servers too.

3. Go to PeopleTools -> Integration Broker -> Integration Setup and go to the default local node definition. Go to the Portal tab and you may find the Content URI Text and POrtal URI Text empty. You can notice reference to the error received?

Content Portal URL not defined for node

This needs to be configured.

If you’re not sure what to use here: you can user the suggested values or

Content URL Text: http://myserver/psc/ps/

Portal URL Text: http://myserver/psc/ps/

Save it and run the Diagnostic test again.

Apurva Tripathi

Apurva is a PeopleSoft consultant and a big advocate of everything PeopleSoft. He is also a technology enthusiast and loves learning and implementing newer and open source technologies. He spends his spare time updating this blog and likes to read books on self help and productivity.