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Why SDM cannot be started on a JAVA only EP7?

We have many this type of EP7 systems but ONLY one has this problem that is:

after "startsap", from "jcmon pf=instance profile" , we see SDM "stopped".

Could you help decide what is wrong? Thanks!

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  • Posted on Jan 04, 2008 at 04:07 PM
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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 05:00 AM

    In standalone mode, the SDM is no longer started and stopped automatically

    with the J2EE Engine.

    The following SDM modes are available:

    a) Standalone: The SDM does not have a link to the Java Control Framework

    b) Integrated: The SDM does have a link to the Java Control Framework

    To add/remove the link between the SDM and the Java Control Framework, proceed as follows:

    1. Navigate to the usr/sap/<SID>/<INSTANCE_NAME>/SDM/program directory of your J2EE Engine.

    2. Open a command prompt in this directory.

    a. To remove the link between the SDM and the Java Control Framework execute the following command in the command line:

    i. sdm jstartup "mode=standalone" for Windows

    ii. sdm.sh jstartup mode=standalone for UNIX

    b. To integrate the SDM in the Java Control Framework, use the following command:

    i. sdm jstartup "mode=integrated" for Windows

    ii. sdm.sh jstartup mode=integrated for UNIX

    3. Start the SDM Server again

    Regards

    Shridhar Gowda

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