Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Hibernate Most Commonly Occuring Issues

1. With Oracle and Eclipse (Indigo for example), i have installed hibernate plugins from jobss and tried to reverse engineer POJOs from Oracle DB. However hibernate configuration kept giving a message that "Fetching Children of Database..." on the lower right corner but was returning nothing. After a couple of hours of debugging, i figured that "hibernate.connection.username" in case of Oracle must be provided in UPPERCASE only, mixed or lower case will not work.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Forms 11g Webutil configuration

I did the following setup on linux,  with some minor changes mostly path related items the steps below should work for windows server environment as well. Before making change take good backups of your environment.

Steps below are for Forms services 11gR2, steps may vary slightly for 11gR1. Please consult with oracle documentation for detailed steps.

1.       Run create_webutil_db.sql
a.       CREATE USER webutil IDENTIFIED BY webutil
b.      Grant connect, resource to webutil
c.       Connect webutil/webutil
d.      @[ORACLE_HOME]/forms/create_webutil_db.sql
e.      Create public synonym webutil_db for webutil.webutil_db;
f.        Connect sys as sysdba
g.       Grant execute on webutil_db to public;
a.       Unzip the jacob download and place jacob.jar in the ORACLE_HOME/forms/java directory
b.      backup sign_webuitl.bat script in [ORACLE_INSTANCE]/bin/
c.       search for <Your KEYSTORE password> and replace it with welcome1 (or something like this)
d.      search for <Your private key password> and replace it with welcome1 (or something like this)
e.      Save the script and use it to sign jacob.jar as below
f.        [ORACLE_INSTANCE]/bin/ [ORACLE_HOME]/forms/java/jacob.jar
3.       Place jacob.dll in the ORACLE_HOME/forms/webutil/ directory
4.       Jacob.dll in r2 – file names must be verified against webutil.cfg file
a.       Place jacob-1.14.3-x86.dll in the ORACLE_HOME/forms/webutil/win32 directory.
b.      Place jacob-1.14.3-x64.dll in the ORACLE_HOME/forms/webutil/win64 directory
5.       Using weblogic EM console, Add ORACLE_HOME/forms/java/frmall.jar to the CLASSPATH in the default.env
6.       Update formsweb.cfg webutil section with the following if not already done:
a.       Add frmwebutil.jar and jacob.jar to the WebutilArchive parameter in the [webutil] configuration section. For some versions of 11g, this is already added.
b.       Specify webutil_demo as the form to be run in the [webutil] configuration section
7.       Download webutil demo from link below, extract and put the contents in a folder
8.       Copy ffisamp.dll to the <ORACLE_HOME>\forms\webutil directory.
9.       Open your webutil.cfg file and add the following line install.syslib.0.user.1=ffisamp.dll|40960|1.0|true
10.   If not already done do the following in webutil.cfg
a.       transfer.appsrv.workAreaRoot=c:\temp
b.      transfer.appsrv.accessControl=TRUE
c.       transfer.database.enabled=TRUE
d.      transfer.appsrv.enabled=TRUE
11.   Add the folder in FORMS_PATH in enterprise manager
12.   Replace db and run the following command:
a. module=webutil_demo.fmb module_type=form userid=webutil/webutil@<db> compile_all=yes
b.      FORMS_PATH variable and make sure webutil.pll folder is available in the path or run the above command from command shell in the folder where webutil.pll is available
13.   Restart opmnctl and wls_forms weblogic instance
14.   Run the webutil demo - http://server:port/forms/frmservlet?form=wu_fileupdown_demo&config=webutil

please use reference document with Metalink DOC ID - 1093985.1

Forms 11g DB connection

Add your DB connectivity information in

<oracle home of wls forms and reports>/FrmsInst1/config/tnsnames.ora

After adding it here, your users can now connect using their forms related username, password and DB tnsname

Monday, May 28, 2012

Oracle Forms 11gR2 installation instructions

Make sure there are no spaces in $PATH variable, this is not a problem with unix/linux generally.

Install openmotif and openmotif22 (prerequisites for Reports Server)
yum install openmotif
yum install openmotif22 (update yum repository as described in
install jdk 1.6 update 30

download weblogic 10.3.5 + coherence + oepe package
install at /formsdisk/Oracle/Middleware

download ofm_frmrpts_linux_11 linux package from oracle and extract
cd Disk1
runInstall -ignoreSysPrereqs
skip software updates
select install only - do not configure
select Oracle middleware home -  /formsdisk/Oracle/Middleware
Name Oracle Home Directory - FrmsHome
Click install

cd /formsdisk/Oracle/Middleware/Oracle_FRHome1/
select "configure for deployment"
select and change name of oracle instance location and oracle instance name if needed
provide weblogic username/password - remember this one or write it down somewhere
I select all options available in the configure components screen
select auto options configuration
select do not use proxy configuration setting
uncheck use application identity store
click configure butting

Address any issues, I had the following issue and fixed it:
"Invalid JMX Port"
/etc/hosts file was not configured with ipaddress correctly as i had DHCP in one case and wireless connection in another and had to change this. If you have a static IP this may not be an issue

In case java update 25 or whatever in your formweb.cfg file is required below test url will automatically download it for you on IE browser, firefox can later load the same thing automatically as well.  Vice-versa needs manual configuration in firefox

Test installation:

http://<server_hostname>:8889/forms/frmservlet?form=test.fmx&userid=&o therparams=useSDI=yes&lookAndFeel=oracle&colorScheme=blue 

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

External hard drive for both Mac and PC

I've been using external hard drives for a while now. Recently i switched to Mac, I was able to use these hard disks and retrieve documents and files. However i was not able to write to them with "Not recognizing the external hard drive".  Here is how i got around:

1. Remember that you loose all data while doing this, so back up on another hard drive
2. Connect your hard drive to a windows O/S computer with either vista or windows 7
3. Open windows explorer and right mouse click and select format
4. Pick exFAT format and 32 kb file block size
5. Format the disk

now it is ready to use. Remember that all data that you have on teh disk is lost and back it up on a different disk before you do any of this.

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

webcenter 10gR3 SSO with Portal Infra

Webcenter Installation - port 7780
Oracle Portal IM Installation - port 7777
Oracle Portal MT Installation - port 7778

Export ORACLE_HOME=/orclportal/ora/im

[localhost oracle /orclportal/ora/im/sso/bin]$ ./ -oracle_home_path /orclportal/ora/im -config_mod_osso TRUE -site_name localhost.localdomain:7780 -remote_midtier -config_file /orclportal/ora/im/Apache/Apache/conf/osso/myosso.conf

Sunday, April 29, 2012

multiple oracle databases multiple listeners of one linux server

here are the db parameters
db1 - port 1521
db2 - port 1526

listener.ora of db2 (named it exproc1 in listener tag)
# listener.ora Network Configuration File: /wc1013/ora/wc1013db/network/admin/listener.ora
# Generated by Oracle configuration tools.

    (SID_DESC =
      (SID_NAME = PLSExtProc)
      (ORACLE_HOME = /wc1013/ora/wc1013db)
      (PROGRAM = extproc)

      (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = localhost.localdomain)(PORT = 1526))

listener.ora of db1  (named EXTPROC0 in the listener tag)
# listener.ora Network Configuration File: /orclportal/ora/db10/network/admin/listener.ora
# Generated by Oracle configuration tools.

    (SID_DESC =
      (SID_NAME = PLSExtProc)
      (ORACLE_HOME = /orclportal/ora/db10)
      (PROGRAM = extproc)
    (SID_DESC =
      (ORACLE_HOME = /orclportal/ora/db10)
      (SID_NAME = oradb10)

      (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = localhost.localdomain)(PORT = 1521))

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Pentaho BI Suite Installation on Linux

Download pentaho-bi-suite-4.1.0-GA-i386.bin
create pentaho user and add it to sudo
sudo useradd -s /bin/bash -m pentaho 

login as pentaho user

chmod u+x  pentaho-bi-suite-4.1.0-GA-i386.bin


In the wizard select custom option and select a path where you want pentaho to be installed and it will install all pre-reqs. I installed JDK, Tomcat and MySQL already. But it appears everything comes with the install and could be used unless you are on production.

sample users created are:
admin/welcome1(for http://localhost:8088)
joe/password (administrator)
suzy/password (system user)

mysql startup issues

In this note, I will document all startup issues that i had with mysql. Downloaded mysql community edition rpm 5.5.23 server and client packages and installed the using rpm -ivh <package names>

i tried to start using commands with mysqld but there were issues.

login as root and start mysql as below:

service mysql start

it worked.

Some other commands;
1. create user 'pbiuser'@'localhost' identified by 'welcome1';
2. create database 'bankdb';
3. create database bankdb;
4. grant usage on *.* to pbiuser identified by 'welcome1';
5. grant all privileges on bankdb.* to pbiuser@localhost;

Monday, April 16, 2012

oracle portal 11g upgrade

Below are the steps for upgrading oracle portal to

Db upgrade - to via patch 6810189
  • runInstaller -ignoreSysPrereqs
  • select ORACLE_HOME that needs to be upgraded
  • run as root at the end
  • dbua
  • select DB that you want to upgrade and run through the wizard
Install 10.3.5 weblogic server as requires this
Install base version (install software - do not configure option)
Install patchset against binaries
Run to create  instance and domain
  • yum install openmotif
  • yum install openmotif22 (for reports server) 

upgrade middle tier instance (ua)
  • select middle tier ORACLE_HOME of 10g portal instance
  • select asinst_1 or whatever your new ORACLE_HOME of 11g weblogic instance that you created in step before this
Getting some errors here... I will update this post in case i resolve these issues.....
upgrade portal schema (ua)

Virtualbox permission denied error on mac host and linux guest

if you shared folder on the vm settings -> shared folders, can access this as root and are getting a permission denied problem as any other user, below is the list of steps for you :)

find uid (500) and gid (52000) of the user on the guest linux

login as root and run the following commands:

sudo mount -t vboxsf -o uid=500 Downloads /mnt/Downloads_win

or edit /etc/fstab and add the following at the end:

Downloads /mnt/Downloads_win vboxsf uid=500,gid=52000 0 0

Hope it works

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Oracle Virtual Box Host access to guest apps - port forwarding

Click settings -> Select Network on your appliance (ovf) import and set up access to ports (weblogic console/em, db etc) as needed. In the sample below i am including screenshots for Weblogic console access.

Friday, March 30, 2012

Oracle SOA Suite Samples, Tutorials

I came across some issues while importing samples from oracle jdev soa tutorials site at oracle/sun site. I was doing this for debugging few issues that i came across while i was working on a project over a period of time. Anyways, I uploaded some of the samples that were re-factored (mostly xml namespaces as this is where i had some issues) here. Please use them as needed.

All new comers to Oracle SOA should go through simple concepts (assignments, arrays, xquery, bpel, mediation, spring beans etc) thoroughly before you embark on large scale projects. This exercise will help strengthen your XML skills if they are rough. Brief description of projects that are included in the file are:
HelloWorld BPEL
OrderProcessor - Demonstrated Correlation - I will blog more about this some time later
SpringHelloWorld - Spring framework

Most names are self explanatory, again, new comers must get familiarized with weblogic enterprise manager for testing these services. Oracle site i referred above has very good documentation for introducing features.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Oracle SOA installation steps

SOA was released recently. Steps below describe its installation process. OVerall steps did not change from Downloads listing is also incidated below:

RCU Installation

Weblogic Installation

 Oracle SOA Installation

SOA Domain Installation and Configuration

Oracle Virtualbox Add new hard disk procedure

All oracle developers these days must get familiar with oracle virtual box concepts.. there is base images available from oracle for download for you to play around with. After downloading these images, you can add software to it and save it as a copy for you to transfer to different machines... how cool is that!!!

However if you are a novice, you need to get familiar with how to add disk space, to the base VMs. Most oracle base VM images come with just enough space, so for adding a new software (either middleware or database management tools for example) these  instructions come handy.

Click Settings -> Select Storage
Select IDE Controller -> Click Add Hard Disk

Click Create New Disk

Select VDI (Virtual box image format) or vmdk format and continue through wizard and select or enter amount of space required.
Start VMDK
Login as root
Run “fdisk –l”
You’ll see a message such as /dev/hdc doesn’t contain a valid partition table
Run the command mkfs –t ext3 /dev/hdc
Mkdir /stagingDisk1
Edit /etc/fstab and add the following entry /dev/hdc /stagingDisk1  ext3 defaults 0 0
If this doesn’t work run  mount /dev/hdc /stagingDisk1

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Android Emulator Usability Topics

Below is a list of usability topics on the android emulator:

1. Keyboard popup is more annoying on the emulator than it is on the actual device. In order to turn if off, do the following:
 go to settings -> language and keyboard -> Uncheck android keyboard and other international language items
2. In order to add custom apk files on the emulator or the actual device, do the following:
go to settings -> applications -> Check unknown sources
3. In order to uninstall applications cleanly do the following:
go to settings -> applications -> manage applications -> select your application -> click uninstall (or clear data, clear cache etc) if this is what you want to do. 

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

OIM 11g DB password account expiry ORA-28001

On dev environments 11g DB introduced an account password expiry feature. This is very annoying as a OIM 11g developer as I don't want OIM passwords to expire. This article provides a procedure how to get around this issue.

OIM Schemas for which passwords need to be updated:

select * from dba_users (where expiry_date is within the range of your expiry time) and reset all teh passwords to the same value as before. Below is the list of accounts that have expired in my case

kpsoftoim_db_mds, kpsoftoim_db_oim, kpsoftoim_db_soainfra, kpsoftoim_db_orasdpm, kpsoftoim_db_oam

change the profile of 11g

run select * from dba_profiles

and confirm the above updates to the profile

For each of the user accounts mentioned above, run the following:

select * from dba_users

-- mds
alter user kpsoftoim_db_mds identified by xxxxxx;
alter user kpsoftoim_db_mds account unlock;

-- oim
alter user kpsoftoim_db_oim identified by xxxxxx;
alter user kpsoftoim_db_oim account unlock;

-- soainfra
alter user kpsoftoim_db_soainfra identified by xxxxxx;
alter user kpsoftoim_db_soainfra account unlock;

-- orasdpm
alter user kpsoftoim_db_ias_orasdpm identified by xxxxxx;
alter user kpsoftoim_db_ias_orasdpm account unlock;

-- oam
alter user kpsoftoim_db_oam identified by xxxxxx;
alter user kpsoftoim_db_oam account unlock;

Monday, February 13, 2012

Installation of Android APK file App

Assuming that you have installed android SDK and tools as shown here, this article focuses on installing the individual apps or the apk files. Eclipse gives you an environment that will allow you to deploy android applications automatically. However one needs to use adb tool for installing app to the virtual device (simulator).

open a command prompt -> cmd in my case. I have this setup on a windows 7 machine. adb in my version (3.2) is located in platform-tools and not tools.
cd to C:\Android\android-sdk\platform-tools
adb install "c:\androidapps\kpsofthello.apk"

120 KB/s .....

Android app is now installed.

OIM 11g Create and disable accounts

 * @author VKanigicherla
 *         Utility for bulk loading users into the OIM system Data must be
 *         exported to an excel spreadsheet with the following attributes in the
 *         order specified below
 *            samid    dn    desc    sid    upn    fn    mi    ln    display    office    tel    email    title    dept    company    loscr    disabled
 *             In this example we used Active Directory to export user account data
*              Ideally, connector reconciliation tasks must be used for importing users, in case you need
*              do this manually for whatever reason, the below program could be used.

 *             Libraries needed are primarily from oim 11g environment and apache POI project for reading excel xml workbooks
public class OimReconBulkUserLoad {

    // Read the input feed from the excel file
    public static String filename = "C:\\kpsoft\\junk\\Users1.xlsx";
    public static List sheetData = new ArrayList();
    public static FileInputStream fis = null;
    public static ArrayList<OimBulkUser> oimUsers = new ArrayList<OimBulkUser>();
    public static tcUtilityFactory ioUtilityFactory;
    public static String updatedByUserName = "BULKLOADER";
    static final Logger logger = Logger.getLogger(OimReconBulkUserLoad.class);

    // OIM Env Data
    public static String id;
    public static OIMClient oimClient;
    private static String OIMUserName = "prasad";
    private static String OIMPassword = "xxxxxx";
    private static final String OIM_PROVIDER_URL = "t3://";

    private static String OIMInitialContextFactory = "weblogic.jndi.WLInitialContextFactory";
    private static UserManager userMgrSrvc = null;
    private static tcOrganizationOperationsIntf orgSrvc = null;
    private static String orgName = "Terminations";

    public OimReconBulkUserLoad() {

     * main control method for running the bulk load initiates connection with
     * OIM reads the bulk load contents executes API for loading users cleans up
     * the connection
     * @param args
     * @throws Exception
    public static void main(String args[]) throws Exception {

        // printOimUsers();       

    private static void printOimUsers() {
        // TODO Auto-generated method stub
        LOGGER("Printing OIM Users");
        for (int i = 0; i < oimUsers.size(); i++) {

     * creates a connection to the OIM with the passed in credentials
     * @throws LoginException
    private static void init() throws LoginException {
        LOGGER("Creating client....");
        Hashtable env = new Hashtable();

        env.put(OIMClient.JAVA_NAMING_FACTORY_INITIAL, OIMInitialContextFactory);

         * Passing environment in constructor disables lookup for environment in
         * setup. In any case, we can always enforce manual environment settings
         * by OIMClient.setLookupEnv(configEnv) method.
        oimClient = new OIMClient(env);
        LOGGER("Logging in");

        oimClient.login(OIMUserName, OIMPassword);
        LOGGER("Log in successful");

        // get the user Manager
        userMgrSrvc = oimClient.getService(UserManager.class);
        orgSrvc = oimClient.getService(tcOrganizationOperationsIntf.class);

     * parse the input file and iterate through the content
     * @throws IOException
    protected static void readBulkLoadInputFile() throws IOException {

        try {
            fis = new FileInputStream(filename);

            XSSFWorkbook workbook = new XSSFWorkbook(fis);
            XSSFSheet sheet = workbook.getSheetAt(0);
            Iterator rows = sheet.rowIterator();

            // get rid of the title columns
            if (rows.hasNext())

            while (rows.hasNext()) {

                XSSFRow row = (XSSFRow);
                Iterator cells = row.cellIterator();
                List data = new ArrayList();

                while (cells.hasNext()) {
                    XSSFCell cell = (XSSFCell);


        } catch (IOException e) {
        } finally {
            if (fis != null) {


     * create a arraylist of model user objects
    protected static void loadBulkLoadInputFile() {

        // Iterates the data and print it out to the console.
        // TODO - update these things based on teh excel spreadsheet header

        int col_samid = 0;
        int col_dn = 1;
        int col_desc = 2;
        int col_sid = 3;
        int col_upn = 4;
        int col_fn = 5;
        int col_mi = 6;
        int col_ln = 7;
        int col_display = 8;
        int col_office = 9;
        int col_tel = 10;
        int col_email = 11;
        int col_title = 12;
        int col_dept = 13;
        int col_company = 14;
        int col_loscr = 15;
        int col_disabled = 16;

        for (int i = 0; i < sheetData.size(); i++) {
            List list = (List) sheetData.get(i);

            OimBulkUser ssoUser = new OimBulkUser();
            for (int j = 0; j < list.size(); j++) {
                XSSFCell cell = (XSSFCell) list.get(j);
                int cellType = cell.getCellType();
                int cellColumnIndex = cell.getColumnIndex();

                String cellValue = "";
                if (cellType == HSSFCell.CELL_TYPE_NUMERIC) {
                    cellValue = Float.toString((float) cell
                } else if (cellType == HSSFCell.CELL_TYPE_STRING) {
                    cellValue = cell.getRichStringCellValue().getString();

                if (cellColumnIndex == col_samid) {

                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_dn) {

                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_desc) {

                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_sid) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_upn) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_fn) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_mi) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_ln) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_display) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_office) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_tel) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_email) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_title) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_dept) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_company) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_loscr) {
                } else if (cellColumnIndex == col_disabled) {

    private static String getOrganizationFromDN(String cellValue) {
        // TODO Auto-generated method stub
        String orgUnit = null;
        try {
            LdapName dnName = new LdapName(cellValue);
            // get OU from the dn whis is always in teh second place 0
            // (dc=org),1 (dc=kpsoft), 2, 3
            orgUnit = dnName.get(3);
            orgUnit = orgUnit.substring(orgUnit.indexOf('=') + 1);
        } catch (InvalidNameException e) {
            // TODO Auto-generated catch block

        return orgUnit;

     * calls the create user API in SsoProvisioningServiceImpl logs the
     * exceptions if any
     * @throws SsoOrganizationException
    protected static void execBulkLoadInputFile(String orgName) {

        for (OimBulkUser su : oimUsers) {
            // do it only for organization specified
            if (su.getOrganization().equals(orgName)) {
                User blkUser = new User("");

                // first name
                blkUser.setAttribute("First Name", su.getFirstName());
                // last name
                blkUser.setAttribute("Last Name", su.getLastName());
                // middle name
                blkUser.setAttribute("Middle Name", su.getMiddleName());
                // physicalDeliveryOfficeName
                blkUser.setAttribute("Office", su.getOffice());
                // telephoneNumber
                blkUser.setAttribute("Telephone Number",
                // givenName

                // displayName
                blkUser.setAttribute("Display Name", su.getDisplayName());
                // sAMAccountName
                blkUser.setAttribute("User Login", su.getSamAccountId());
                // title
                blkUser.setAttribute("Title", su.getDescription());
                // mail
                blkUser.setAttribute("Email", su.getEmailAddress());

                // system stuff
                blkUser.setAttribute("Xellerate Type", "End-User");
                // full time employee
                blkUser.setAttribute("Role", "Full-Time Employee");
                // get org key
                long adUsersOimOrg = 1;
                try {
                    adUsersOimOrg = Long.parseLong(findOimOrganizationKey(su
                } catch (NumberFormatException e) {
                    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                } catch (Exception e) {
                    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                // set the organization
                blkUser.setAttribute("act_key", adUsersOimOrg);

                // create the user now
                UserManagerResult result;
                UserManagerResult disableResult;
                try {
                    result = userMgrSrvc.create(blkUser);
                    String usrKey = result.getEntityId();
                    LOGGER("User created in OIM for AD User: "
                            + su.getSamAccountId() + " with user id: " + usrKey);
                    // if the user is disabled in AD export spreadsheet
                    // disable here as well
                    if (su.getDisabledString().equalsIgnoreCase("yes")) {
                        try {
                            disableResult = userMgrSrvc.disable(usrKey, false);
                        } catch (UserDisableException e) {
                            // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                        } catch (NoSuchUserException e) {
                            // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                } catch (ValidationFailedException e) {
                    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                } catch (UserAlreadyExistsException e) {
                    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                } catch (UserCreateException e) {
                    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
                } catch (AccessDeniedException e) {
                    // TODO Auto-generated catch block



    private static String findOimOrganizationKey(String orgName)
            throws Exception {
        LOGGER("Entering Method findOrganizationKey");

        String organizationKey = null;

        try {
            LOGGER("Getting utility interfaces...");

            tcOrganizationOperationsIntf moOrganizationUtility = (tcOrganizationOperationsIntf) oimClient

            // find users
            Hashtable mhSearchCriteria = new Hashtable();

            if (orgName.startsWith("HR"))
                mhSearchCriteria.put("Organizations.Organization Name", "HR*");
                        .put("Organizations.Organization Name", orgName);

            tcResultSet moResultSet = moOrganizationUtility

            if (moResultSet == null || moResultSet.getRowCount() == 0)
                throw new Exception("Organizations not found");

            for (int i = 0; i < moResultSet.getRowCount(); i++) {
                organizationKey = moResultSet
                LOGGER("Organization Key is: " + organizationKey);

            LOGGER("Done with getting organization key");
        } catch (Exception e) {
            throw new Exception(e);
        LOGGER("Exiting Method");

        return organizationKey;

    private static void clean() {
        LOGGER("OIM Logging out....");
        // release resources
        System.out.println("Releasing resources");
        LOGGER("OIM Log out successful");

    public static void LOGGER(String msg) {
        System.out.println("LOGGER >> " + msg);