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TVAS issue after upgrading to NW 7.31

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Recently we upgraded the system to NW 7.31 (SEM-BI) on DB2 AIX, after the upgrade we were not able to connect to teradata using the teradata url

ex:- http://hostname:<port>/tvas/admin to fix this issue, we deployed the tvas sca files and then we are able to connection to the teradata using the same URL http://hostname<port>/tvas/admin , but now there is problem with some of the pages which getting error like ..

Error: Requested resource /tvas/jsp/jsp/main.jsp is not available.

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File [jsp/jsp/main.jsp] is not found in application root of alias [tvas] of Java EE application [com.teradata/Teradata Virtual Access Solution~ for SAP].

I tried by changing the permissions of whole com.teradata folder at OS level, but no issue, and even i did compare the file size of the mail.jsp with the system which are working successfully.

in may landscape all the systems which are not upgrade are working good with teradata, having problem only with the systems which are upgraded.

not sure does if SAP has any support for teradata and any configuration latest .sca files as per the NW 7.31.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2014 at 04:09 AM

    Fixed after having latest TVAS file, you should get the latest tvas.sda,, tvas.ear files from teradata.

    and transport files to import on to ABAP.

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 05:17 AM


    My app writes .PDF files to a reports folder deep in the project directory tree.

    From another PC, a client tries to access the PDF via the following url...

    And i get..

    404 Not Found

    SAP J2EE Engine/7.00

    The requested resource does not exist.

    Details: Go to main page of this application!

    What entry would i add to web.xml?


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