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J2EE_Admin is getting locked

Hi Guys

J2ee_Admin is getting locked within an hour or so in our BW developement server.

Once it is locked i am unable to log in both ABAP and Portal.

Please help.

Thanks

Madhav

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    Dec 14, 2007 at 10:13 AM

    Hello,

    one of the steps after installation is to create an second user with full permissions.

    Double Stack Installation:

    Logon with DDIC on ABAP and unlock J2EE_ADMIN.

    Java installed standalone:

    Activate SAP* on configtool. Logon with SAP. Unlock J2EE_ADMIN. Deactivate SAP.

    Greetings Thomas

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    Dec 14, 2007 at 10:48 AM

    login as sap* or ddic in the client where your j2ee_admin is locked, then go to su01 give user name j2ee_admin and unlock it.

    rewards points if it will work

    shahid

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    Dec 14, 2007 at 11:32 AM

    Hi,

    You are installed BW server for that JAVA+ABAP is must

    JAVA users maintained by abap engine

    so login into ABAP by SAP* or DDIC you can unlock the J2ee_ADMIN

    Regards,

    Ravi

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    Dec 14, 2007 at 05:26 PM

    u can do it in SAP level as well as in OS level.

    goto configtool >services > secured store--> activate SAP*

    n then goto visualadmin > login as SAP* n pswd > services--> secured store n then unlock the user J2EE_ADMIN.

    and deactiviate SAP* in configtool again.

    thanks!

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    Dec 14, 2007 at 06:00 PM

    Hi,

    Follow the step

    STEP-1: Enable "SAP*"

    1.Start the Config Tool C:\usr\sap\<SID>\<engine-instance>\j2ee\configtool\configtool.bat

    Ex: D:\usr\sap\F02\JC00\j2ee\configtool --> configtool.bat

    2.Goto cluster-data --> Global server configuration --> services --> com.sap.security.core.ume.service

    3.Double-click on the property "ume.superadmin.activated = TRUE"

    4.Double-click on the property "ume.superadmin.password=<Enter any password ex: abc123>"

    5.Save.

    6.Restart the engine.

    STEP-2: Login with "SAP*" into portal

    1. http://<host>:<Port>/useradmin/index.jsp

    2. Enter userid / password as" SAP* / <password ex: abc123>"

    3. Search for "Administrator" user

    4. Reset or change password for "Administrtor"

    STEP-3: Disable "SAP*"

    1.Start the Config Tool C:\usr\sap\<SID>\<engine-instance>\j2ee\configtool\configtool.bat

    Ex: D:\usr\sap\F02\JC00\j2ee\configtool --> configtool.bat

    2.Goto cluster-data --> Global server configuration --> services --> com.sap.security.core.ume.service

    3.Double-click on the property "ume.superadmin.activated = FALSE"

    4.Save.

    5. Restart the engine.

    STEP-4: Login with "Administrator"

    1. http://<host>:<Port>/useradmin/index.jsp

    2. Enter userid / Password as "Administrator / <password>

    3. it will ask change password just change it.

    Note: Just increase the no.of invalid_attemps during the deployment then make it according to your standereds.

    1.Start the Config Tool C:\usr\sap\<SID>\<engine-instance>\j2ee\configtool\configtool.bat

    Ex: D:\usr\sap\F02\JC00\j2ee\configtool --> configtool.bat

    2.Goto cluster-data --> Global server configuration --> services --> com.sap.security.core.ume.service

    ume.logon.security_policy.lock_after_invalid_attempts = <number ex: 4>

    3. Save & restart

    If this help Reward Points

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    Dec 15, 2007 at 02:52 AM

    There are two steps :

    If the user j2ee_admin is locked and you do not ahve any other admin user .

    1. Login to ABAP with the SAP* or DDIC and unlocks the j2ee_admin user .

    2. go to tcode "SUIM" - check for change documents -- for users -- put j2ee_admin and check what/when it got locked ..

    3. Check whether any program is trying to connect using j2ee_admin with wrong password .. it may lock the user .. check you J2EE jco settings for j2ee_admin credential usage .

    If you still have issues ... Call me I can guide you to find the root cause ..

    Thanks

    Rahul

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    Dec 17, 2007 at 07:41 AM

    Hi Madhav,

    Check with the Client : 001

    as user : DDIC

    and look the user J2EE_ADMIN is locked or not

    if it is locked means ,

    goto -> SU01

    and unlock it

    or else

    u cant able to login with DDIC & SAP* ,check the parameters

    and reset the parameter value for sap* user as "1"

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