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PI7.0 NW04s - Runtime Workbench RWB problem: question marks ner

Dear SAP Community Network,

we installed our system PI 7.0 NW04s SR2 on MSCS (OS Windows Server

2003 Enterprise x64 Edition SP2, 2 nodes). We configured it but when

we try to access the RWB (Runtime Workbench), in the Component

Monitoring we cannot see all the components correctly registered. It

seems the RWB is not able to resolve correctly the Domain (we can see

question marks near the Domain name).

Please keep in mind that after the installation we changed the password for the following users (PIDIRUSER, PIREPUSER, PIISUSER, PIRWBUSER, PIAPPLUSER, PIAFSUSER) according to the note OSS 936093 since we are using a central SLD.

Thanks in advance for your understanding and cooperation.

Kind regards

Luca Manduzio

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    Aug 07, 2007 at 04:12 PM

    What do you see in SLD under technical systems (type exchange infrastructure).

    You should see - Adapter, RWB, IR, ID - if these are all registered to same domain, thats a good start for central SLD config.

    then check your exchange profile to ensure SLD being referenced is the right host name.

    perhaps show the exact error you are seeing in RWB, where are these question marks? in the display page or the URL?

    was this working before?



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      Hi Naomi,

      we solved the problem related to the adapters missing in the "Adapter monitoring" correcting the inconsistencies between SDM and table BC_COMPVERS:

      1. Stop the SDM server.

      2. Set the SDM jstartup mode to standalone:

      sdm jstartup "mode=standalone"

      3. Set the SDM systemcomponentstate mode to activate:

      sdm systemcomponentstate "mode=activate"

      This will also sync the SDM repository and the BC_COMPVERS table.

      4. Set the SDM jstartup mode back to integrated:

      sdm jstartup "mode=integrated".

      5. Start the SDM server

      6. Check the system information by entering http://<host>:5<xx>00.

      After following the instructions above mentioned, going into Adapter monitoring (without restarting PI), we can see all the adapters.

      Kind regards

      Luca Manduzio