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Failed to execute content action: com.hp.oo:oo-dotnet-web-actions-plugin:1.9.1 -> dotNETWebActions_L

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Dears,

I am trying one of Active Directory Operations from OO Central / DCAA, that OO comes embedded with Data Center Automation Appliance "DCAA" it gives me that error. DCAA is Linux Customized appliance from HPE

Failed to execute content action: com.hp.oo:oo-dotnet-web-actions-plugin:1.9.1 -> dotNETWebActions_LDAP.ADGetComputerAccountOUReason: Action execution failed! reason: net.sf.jni4net.inj.INJException: Can't initialize jni4net Bridge

What might be causing that issue!!

 

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Mostafa Hassan
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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Failed to execute content action: com.hp.oo:oo-dotnet-web-actions-plugin:1.9.1 -> dotNETWebAc

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This is a .NET related error. It means the operation needs to run on a Windows based RAS/Central.

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Re: Failed to execute content action: com.hp.oo:oo-dotnet-web-actions-plugin:1.9.1 -> dotNETWebAc

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This is a .NET related error. It means the operation needs to run on a Windows based RAS/Central.

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Re: Failed to execute content action: com.hp.oo:oo-dotnet-web-actions-plugin:1.9.1 -> dotNETWebAc

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Hello Andrei,

Thanks for your answer , Do you mean to install new Windows RAS Server and pass the action to it.

Will it be using RAS Command to run that ! IF i have Multiple Ras for example "1 RAS Linux , 1 RAS Windows " based on what OO Central choose which RAS or i have to Force it.

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Yes. I am referring to installing RAS or Central on a Windows machine.

It does not relate to the RAS command.

As for making sure which step/flow/subflow goes where there are multiple ways and you should read a little bit about:

a. worker groups

b. group aliases

c. overrideNRAS/overrideJRAS

All 3 aspects are described in the documentation (Central and Studio) - just look for these "keys"

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Re: Failed to execute content action: com.hp.oo:oo-dotnet-web-actions-plugin:1.9.1 -> dotNETWebAc

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In regard to the worker groups there is also a video from this year's hackathon that might help too:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkUZSf66AME 

Andrei Vasile Truta
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Hello Andrei, 

 

Thanks so much for your support, it works perfect now 🙂 

This Video Very Very useful , thanks for sharing.

 

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Cant we directly point the operations to run on a Windows VM, instead of installing a RAS on the Windows? 

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You could make use of worker groups. Reach the guides for more details.

There is also a video on the youtube that explains a few things about worker groups and the ways to control them. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OkUZSf66AME&t=18s

In general if you have a Central on windows or any RAS already instlled on windows you will be able to direct those .net calls there

 

hope it helps,

Andrei Vasile Truta
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