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Solaris error during the installation

Hello!

We are facing during the installation in the phase “Install DBA tools” (step “Lock/unlock schema user dbsnmp…”) with the following error:

<b>setLocalDefaultContextParameter

oracom.getSapdataHome FromEnv() has no properties</b>

Can some one please help to solve this problem?

Thank you very much in advance!

Regards

Thom

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  • Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 07:13 PM

    Your main problem seems to be (see the other thread), that you are installing a second instance on an already installed instance and having trouble with permissions, users and filesystem structure. It´s difficult if not impossible to help you without having that information.

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    Markus

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    • The "oracle" file I posted is just an example, many of the binaries and shared libraries have different permissions, that are set at installation/link time.

      For the filesystem structure of /sapmnt check the installation and planning guide.

      I suggest you start from the very beginning. Think about how you build up the system first:

      - using different ORACLE_HOMEs

      - using MCOD

      Depending on what you choose you have to install differently using different steps.

      All the information you need is covered in the installation guide (of any ERP and/or SolMan installation guide) and the therin mentioned notes. It´s too much to explain here in some sentences.

      Check http://service.sap.com/instguides

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      Markus

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 01:42 AM

    modify the control.xml file.

    Look for

    step name="setLocalDefaultContextParameter">

    script include="oracom, nw"><![CDATA[

    oracom = OraCom.getSystem(context.get("sid"));

    row = oracom.getRow();

    nw = NW.getSystem(context.get("sid"));

    var kernel = nw.getKernel();

    var archivePath = installer.getCD(kernel) + "/ORA/DBATOOLS.SAR";

    context.set("dbSid",oracom.getDbSid());

    context.set("dbHome",oracom.getDbHome().toStringOS());

    context.set("sapdataHome",oracom.getSapdataHomeFromEnv().toStringOS());

    context.set("exeDir",nw.getSAPExeDir().toStringOS());

    context.set("osDbaUser",oracom.getDbAdministrator());

    ***************

    remove the FromEnv() as follows.

    context.set("sapdataHome",oracom.getSapdataHome()

    restart the installation

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