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Errors when Running OAF Page in JDeveloper

Posted on: December 11, 2014

When you’re getting the following errors, please try the below solution:

  1. You are trying to access a page that is no longer active.
    – The referring page may have come from a previous session. Please select Home to proceed.
    Solution: set the profile “FND Validation Level” to “None”.
  2. You have insufficient privileges for the current operation. Please contact your System Administrator. You cannot run a page which is not SelfSecured when the MAC fails. JDev-1 Solution: set the below 3 profiles to None 1) FND Function Validation Level 2) FND Validation Level 3) Framework Validation Level JDev-2
  3. Unexpected URL parameters have been detected and will be ignored Solution: In JDeveloper, go to menu Tools–>Embedded OC4J Server Preferences–>Global–>Startup–>Select Default Local IP Address. JDev-3

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