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Database connection between ORACLE 9i(linux sap ecc5.0) and Ms_SQL 2000

Hi experts,

Here current scenario is to establish database connectivity between ORACLE on linux (SAP ECC 5.0) to Ms_SQL 2000 on 2000 server.

Steps that i had followed are:-

1*Created one User for the respective Database. (with full read write access to concernd database "GYAPOS")

2* from SAP i had configured DBCO, by assiging the parameters as:-

i.e. connection information,

MSSQL_SERVER=tcp:192.168.1.213,MSSQL_DBNAME=GYAPOS,OBJECT_SOURCE=gyapos

user name a nd password is correct.

even then, i'm not able to connect to Ms_SQL data base.

if there is any requirement please let me know.

recently we had updated the kerenl and the database library files.

request you to clarify my doubts:-

1*are there any separate dll's required to establish connection.

2*do we nned to put one windows application server to LINUX (sap Ecc 5.0), so that i can have a connection to ms_SQL server which is running on 2000 server.

3*in what ways we can test connection, when we happend to create Dbco connection from SAP database to another non-sap database.

thanking you in all,

best regards,

raghav

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 05:37 AM

    Dear Noothagi,

    Please make sure you copy the SQL dll into your exe folder.

    You can get the Lib dll from SAP Marketplace http://service.sap.com/swdc

    and select the database SQL.

    Hope this solve your problem.

    Regards,

    Fendi Suyanto

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 06:38 AM

    Hi Noothangi

    I guess Fendi is right, but you will not be able to run the dll on your linux box. You would need an application instance on windows to use DBCON to MS SQL. Check SAP note 178949 for details.

    If you have a J2EE you could use JDBC to connect to MS SQL. Here is the SAP help link, it is for a BI, but might be useful as well:UD" target="_blank">http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/78/ef1441a509064abee6ffd6f38278fd/frameset.htm">UD Connect

    Regards

    Michael

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 10:51 AM

    you need to put a Windows Application Server into your system in order to access the MSSqlserver database using DBCON.

    peter

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