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Not able to import track configuration

Hi,

I'm trying to import track configuration into NWDS. I successfully created track and required sca files also imported. I do have all required privileges.

I'm using NW 2004s SP 12 and not a sneak preview edition.

Following is the error:

Caused by: com.tssap.dtr.client.lib.vfs.config.ConfigurationException: Could not create remote path /dtr/ws/TRAIN/TRAINING_SOFT_COMP/dev/inactive/SCs/TRAINING_SOFT_COMP/_comp/TopLevelDCs/ (Communication error [cause: Read timed out]).

at com.tssap.dtr.client.lib.vfs.config.impl.RepositoryServer.assureRemotePathExists(RepositoryServer.java:230)

at com.sap.tc.devconf.impl.DevelopmentConfiguration.findOrCreateMountPointForSC(DevelopmentConfiguration.java:2748)

Thanks,

Shiva

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 05:15 AM

    Hi,

    Have you configured SLD properly?

    Has SLD server entry been done in NWDS ->Window->Preferences->Java Development Infrastructure->Development Configuration?

    Was the ping successful there?

    Have you entered the server ip and name in hosts file?

    Ashu

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    • Hi,

      You will have to enter SLD server and NWDI server if they are located on different server.

      If they are on the same server. Try following thing.

      1. Close NWDS

      2. Go to C:\Documents and Settings\<UserId> and delete .dtr and .dtc folders created.

      3. Open NWDS and try importing now.

      OR.

      Go to DTR perspective.

      Choose DTR-> Create Client from the menu option.

      Enter details of the client and save.

      Try importing.

      Ashu

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 03:05 PM

    Can you check the DTR URL when you created the track. THat should point to the right DTR. I thappened to me. THe url in there was wrong.

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