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Message server port after homogeneous system copy

Hello

I am doing a Homogeneous System Copy (Oracle 12 on Solaris 10 to Oracle 12 on Solaris 11).

The system installation now seems to require the Central Instance & ASCS Instance to be installed as separate items, each requiring their own Instance numbers (00 & 01 by default).

Having installed the system and copied the database what I now find is that the message server port is installed on my target system as 3601. The source has it set as 3600. Is this as expected?

I am trying to get our portal (running MSS) to connect to the new system & not surprisingly it is failing to connect on the message server. Can anyone advise what the advice would be to now enable this connection? Do I need to reconfigure the portal or is it possible to change the message server port on the new system back to 3600?

Thanks, Chris

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    Nov 02, 2017 at 11:07 AM

    Can anyone help? Maybe I need to reword the question - let me know if I'm not being clear enough. I'm not able to get MSS working on my target system after a Homogeneous System copy.

    Thanks, Chris

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  • Feb 16 at 03:56 PM

    >>Having installed the system and copied the database what I now find is that the message server port is installed on my target system as 3601. The source has it set as 3600. Is this as expected?<<

    Yes. the Message Server and the Enqueue will be part of ASCS with its own system number. You may correct the connection parameters from the portal to connect the ABAP.

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