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DB13 job failed

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I have ERP 2005 DB server on HP-UX and ERP 2005 CI server on windows 2003. Problem is that db13 does't work. I get error: No application server found on database host - rsh/gateway will be used. rsh works on windows 2003 server, i can test a simple command for example:date on HP-UNIX DB server. I read a lot of topic of this forums and sap Notes, but i can't solve this problem. So, what is wrong in my systems.

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2007 at 08:21 AM

    you have two possibilities (if the standalone DB-Server is running on Unix):

    1. use rsh

    2. install a standalone SAP Gateway on the DATABASE SERVER! The CI has a gateway included, but this won't help you.

    if using rsh keep in mind that the application servers on Windows are running under a user called SAPService<SAPSID>. There is no equivalent Unix user. To create one is also not trivial, because you have to configure the right environment, rights, Oracle operating system associated db user, etc. On some unixes it is also not possible to create him, because some are stil limited to a maximum of 8 character user names.

    The best way should be to use the standalone gateway configuration.

    regards

    Peter

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 02:37 PM

    Hi,

    First check the internal RFC connection are working or not

    and if you send details log then we can check

    Cheers

    Paresh

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  • Posted on Jan 15, 2007 at 04:39 AM

    Error Details ERROR: SAP gateway connection failed. Is SAP gateway started?

    Have you checked the gateway? you can find from SMGW tcode....

    Regards...

    Manu.

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