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Connection to Database is lost

Dear All

I am facing an issue while connecting my client system with the server, client is at remote location, i had installed B1 client on his system, on first start it asked for IP or Serer name, i had provided the Server IP Address for the same and then it gets connected to the server, list of company database is available , while choosing a DB and putting down the credentials, it throws a error message as:

"Connection to the database is lost;contact your system administrator(ODBC-1102) [Message 131-183]"

i had tried all the solution as suggested in other post, but didn't get through it,

had also looked for SAP Note: 1455344 , 1440193 - Unable to login to SAP Business One - Error -1102

But solution is provided there is not for 9.1, it is asking for Deleting for SBO-COMMON DB after taking back-up, but it seems a bit risky,

Please let me know everyone where i can find the solution.


Regards,

Bhushan Verma

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2015 at 06:10 PM

    Dear Bhushan,

    How do you connect remotely? Only VPN is not good enough.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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  • Posted on May 11, 2016 at 04:55 AM

    the port was not opened

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2016 at 08:48 AM

    Hi,

    Try these;

    1- Sap Service Manager -> License Manager -> Settings -> Configure Security -> Logged in to System landscape director (by entering B1 site user password).

    2- Add new connection with the IP address of server.

    3- And then after refreshing, it showed all the DBs in companies section.

    4- After this, SAP started working on all clients machines too.

    Regards.

    Eray ENGIN

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