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DB13 - DBA_COCKPIT


Hi there,

Something really strange has happened on one of our development systems.

There has been no patching, kernel upgrades or recent SAP notes applied

to this system.

When I enter DB13 or DB02 instead of going into the calendar or space screen

I am now faced with a pop up screen informing me of the DBA Cockpit !!

This has never happened before and it is only happening on one out of our four

development systems. I could understand if there had been any upgrades etc.

but absolutely nothing has.

Any ideas anyone?

Andy

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2013 at 10:13 AM

    Hello Andy,

    As you have mentioned it is a Development system so there is a possibility that someone might have applied SAP Notes.

    Can you paste the pop-up you are getting.

    Mudasir.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 09:16 AM

    Hi there,

    Sorted it out now with a new license.

    See note

    Solution

    The DBSL error is corrected in 7.00 as of patch 241 and in 7.01 as of patch 79. (Also see Note 1413668, point 3.)

    For the DBSL exchange, you must also manually delete the corrupt '0002LC' records that have already been created from the table SAPLIKEY, for example, using sqlplus:

    SQL> delete from sap<sid>.saplikey
    where likey like '0002LC%'
    and (value is null or value not like '0008%');

    Important:
    Do not inadvertently delete '0002LK' records.

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