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Issues with the DBACOCKPIT and SLD (sp stack 13)

Dear all,

we activated an SLD on our Solutione Manager box (sp stack 13) and were able to import all the landscape into the DBACOCKPIT, so far so good.

I understood that is necessary to go fo some post-processing in order to be able to get access to the remote mssql SAP DBs.

BTW, I'm trying to connect first a NW7.0 system with SP stack 12.

I've tried to follow note Note 1050292 - MSSQL DBACOCKPIT : multiple errors on various screens as it is apparently the way to go, but no luck.

Also I don't understand why the DBACOCKPIT continues to complain for not using the 'dbo' user, our DBs are all schemas non-dbo.

Any help in understanding the DBACOCKPIT config for the remote mssql DBs would be greatly appreciated and rewarded.

Franco.

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 09:28 AM

    Ok,

    we solved the issue bu ourselves.

    The DBACOCKPIT now 'wants' to create a monitoring schema over the mssql target db, using the naming convention 'SAPSolMan710'

    You have to 'repair' then 'create' the monitoring schema as described in Note 1050292 - MSSQL DBACOCKPIT : multiple errors on various screens

    Once again SAP didn't help and we had to find the solution thru their own notes !

    Franco.

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 09:29 AM

    Solved by ourselves

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