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sdm problem

hi all

i was trying to deploy a web dynpro application when i was asked the SDM password where i gave my admin password and it dint work..and after the 3rd time the pop window asking for the password is not appearing..

is this all i need to type in my command prompt?

. enter SDM directory as: cd C:\usr\sap\J2E\JC00\SDM\program

2. Execute the following (just copy-paste)

sdm jstartup "sdmhome=C:\usr\sap\J2E\JC00\SDM\program" "mode=standalone"

3. Execute following line (replacing Password1 with your new password for SDM)

sdm changepassword "sdmhome=C:\usr\sap/J2E/JC00/SDM/program" "newpassword=Password1"

4. I suggest also revert SDM back to integrated mode

sdm jstartup "sdmhome=C:\usr\sap\J2E\JC00\SDM\program" "mode=integrated"

5. Start SDM  StartServer.bat

thanks in advance

krishna chaitanya

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 04:38 AM

    hi all

    when i go to the sdm/program home directory in the command prompt and execute sdm jstartup "mode=standalone" "sdmhome=<...>"

    i am getting an error called initializing network manager <50017> and checking if another SDM is running on port 50018

    pls help

    thanks in advance

    krishna chaitanya

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      Hi Krishna,

      SDM is a sort of interface between you and the server as far as deploying applications goes. It stands for Software Deployment Manager and helps you to deploy applications (as the name suggests).

      All projects that you create using the Developer studio are deployed through the SDM (the archives that are built out of your projects). You cannot just take a WAR/EAR file and stick it in the server, it needs to go through the deployment process. SDM reads the archives, registers the information with the server and places the application on the server where it should reside.

      The SDM tool is also used for undeployment of deployed applications. They should not simply be deleted from the server, rather they go through a sort of "uninstall" process, where the information is un-registered, the dependencies removed, etc.

      Bye,

      Sameer

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