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Unable to start J2EE after moving Oracle to seperate server

I have installed J2EE640 SP14 and EP60 SP14 on a Windows 32-bit 2003

server SP1 with Oracle 9.2.0.6. Everything works fine but I want to

move the Oracle database to another server. I was able to

copy the database and start it sucessfully on the other server. The

J2EE server can connect to the moved database as sys through sqlplus

but when I try to start the J2EE instance using the MMC console, the

jcontrol.exe process stays yellow with the "some processes running"

message and never turns green. I am also unable to open the Portal

page http://cnxportaldev.cnsl.com:50000/irj/portal. I have done this

process in the past with 46C/R3 systems. Is there an interal J2EE

setting that assigns the DB host? Thanks for your help.

Steve Chabala

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  • Posted on Oct 14, 2005 at 06:08 PM

    Hi Steve,

    didi you try the configtool for the change of the database? If at all, this tools let's you do such changes. But I'm not sure if this really works, as there are many possible locations where the DB could be noted in config.

    Regards,

    Benny

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2005 at 12:13 PM

    Hi Steve,

    Just in case the problem is not resolved, To go into further details, Can you please send the logs from the work dir of the instance. <Drive>:\usr\sap\<SID>/<instance><instance no.>/work

    This will help to further troubleshoot the issue.

    I myself have not done this but may be I can give you some pointers.

    Regards,

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