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Can any one solve this pblm??????????

I am newbie to Linuix.I dont know why is this error coming when I start the NW4 WAS 6.40 on Suse 9.0. Some Jdbc.conn error.I have Jdk1.4.2 installed then why is this giving this error?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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checking ADA db Database

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ABAP Database is not available via R3trans

Checking ADA db Database

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<b>Error: java.io.FileNotFoundException: JdbcCon.log (Permission denied)

J2EE Database is not available via test

See logfile JdbcCon.log

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Starting SAP-Collector Daemon

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  • This is Saposcol Version COLL 20.85 04/03/01 640 - V1.12 for Linux

  • Usage: saposcol -l: Start OS Collector

  • saposcol -k: Stop OS Collector

  • saposcol -d: OS Collector Dialog Mode

  • saposcol -s: OS Collector Status

  • The OS Collector (PID 10581) is already running .....

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saposcol already running

Running /usr/sap/NW4/SYS/exe/run/startdb

Trying to start database ...

Log file: /sapmnt/home/nw4adm/startdb.log

NW4 database started

/usr/sap/NW4/SYS/exe/run/startdb completed successfully

Checking ADA db Database

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ABAP Database is running

Starting SAP Instance SCS01

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Startup-Log is written to /sapmnt/home/nw4adm/startsap_SCS01.log

Instance on host linux started

Starting SAP Instance DVEBMGS00

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Startup-Log is written to /sapmnt/home/nw4adm/startsap_DVEBMGS00.log

Instance on host linux started

IGS on host linux started

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2007 at 09:07 PM

    Somil,

    1. May be Database is not online. Start the Database

    2. If DB is running then execute R3trans -d and paste the log here.

    3. Try this SAP Note :403004

    Hope this will help you

    Thanks

    Kalyan

    Plz reward if answer is helpful.

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2007 at 09:15 PM

    Hi Somil,

    From the startup script, database has started successfully. Java DB connection test has failed. Please send out output of logfile JdbcCon.log this will help. Try to login to the instance and check.

    Have any passwords in JAVA schema been changed?

    Cheers,

    Nisch

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2007 at 09:17 PM

    hi,

    this is the error:

    error: java.io.FileNotFoundException:<b> JdbcCon.log (Permission denied)</b>

    The file JdbcCon.log is created on the current directory

    you do not have authorizations to

    - create the file if it does not exit -


    > chech the authorizations on the current directory

    - overwritte the file if it already exist -


    > chech the authorizations on the file

    check that you are doiing this with the user "sidadm" on the correct directory

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2007 at 06:09 PM

    Thanks for replying , but looks like my problems have just begun Now When I am trying to start

    the server. Its says :<b>"NO START PROFILES FOUND" . </b>

    Man, Running a WAS on Linux is really tough. I am not that good in that(LINUX). please tell me now what Could be done to resolve this issue.

    thanks

    Somil

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