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SMD Setup for the monitored systems


I am about to set up the SMD for the monitored systems via http://server:50000/smd --> Diagnostics Setup --> Managed Systems --> Setup Wizard

If I choose the solution(s) and press "Next" I face with the following error:

Managed Systems Setup

Retrieval of selected solutions failed

The contents of at least one solution could not be retrieved from Solution Manager, or could not be uploaded to Diagnostics DB

[Server]->[Server] : java.lang.IllegalStateException: Warnings occured during Initial Upload : XML Template parsing generated warnings

Sat Jan 05 16:18:57 CET 2008 | storeHost(...):Host []

[server][IP-Adress][null]:Cannot insert/update the host

'[IHost: key=119954633765[...] (RC=2)

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Can some one help with this issue?



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  • Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 05:14 PM

    I have had the same error last time I tried to setup SMD - and finally gave up.

    That error is there since SP13 - in earlier versions this did not occur - and I think it´s a permission problem of the communcation user, that is used to connect to the SolMan from Java.

    I would create an OSS call if nobody else has an idea (or a final fix) for this problem.


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