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CMS Track Checkin & SDM Error - URGENT


My requirement was to import the ESS Components into my Developer studio. Using the Cookbook, i defined the tracks.

I am having the JDI server diff and the developement server (portal+web dynpro) diff. on my developemet server, the ESS components are already running and in use.

Now while defining the runtime systems, i entered the developement server host as the developement system and performed the check-in.

1) Now while i performed check-in, i found that in the developement Server SDM logs, the log is showing the lines like "Loading ESTrack into repository..."

2) Also after this the Developement server SDM has also gone down and its not comming up..even after restart of server its not comming up.

Its giving error that, the "Port 52018 is already in use"

Please help me to solve the problem.



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  • Posted on Oct 03, 2005 at 07:58 AM

    Hi Gaurav,

    You may need to check if SDM port is being used by some application.



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    • Hi Gaurav,

      Regarding the exception can you please check whether the file sdmrepository.sdc is present in the folder /usr/sap/<InstanceID>/JC<InstanceNr>/SDM/program/config folder of the server in which you are trying to deploy your application.

      This file stores all the configuration info. Also open this file with wordpad and check what value is stored in the tags <GuiPort>. This file is in an xml format.

      Also what you can do is that you can trying logging in to SDM using the GUI to check whether you get the same error.

      For windows you can use a utility from Microsoft like Port Reporter which shows a list fo applications and ports being used by them. For other OS you may have to search the web.

      Also i was not able to find your other message. Can you post the link to that.

      Hope this is helpful.



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