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Solution Manager 4.0 install error logging in for DDIC step 29

Has anyone else seen the error 'Test logon to SAP System <sid> failed"? It states that it cannot login for DDIC. This is at step 29 during the install of the solution manager 4.0.

We are running on a Windows 2003 Server/Oracle 10g.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. We've been hitting this same error for the last couple of days.

Thanks,

DBB

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2006 at 08:31 AM

    Dear Derrick,

    I have run into the exact same problem!!!!

    During step 29 of the install does it ask you to enter the DDIC password?

    It will ask you twice for a password if both the times the login fails then you will have no other option but to uninstall and reinstall Sol Man 4.

    The tactic that worked for me is that when it will ask u the passowrd the first time.......before you enter the password.......login in to Sol Man 4 using the default DDIC password 19920706. then change the default password. And then go back to the install and give this new ddic password.

    This is the only thing that worked with me.

    Let me know if anything else works.

    Email me @ mikir.patel@gmail.com if you have any other questions.

    thanks

    Mikir

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    Posted on Oct 20, 2006 at 11:50 AM

    Hi

    I also met this error during installation of Solution Manager 4.0 on Win/oracle 10.2.

    I've checked in SAP table USR02 if DDIC is not locked. But it still fails.

    I guess if somebody can tell us how to change the sapinst parameter (in xml file of sapinst_dir)in order to enter one more time DDIC password, I think it would be useful to pass this step.

    Thanks

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