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Mirgate problem

Hi experts,

First of all , let me roughtly introuduce my scene :

I am trying to mirgarte my source system to my simulate target system.

Source System :

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SAP 4.7 x 200 + Oracle 9.20 + win2003

SID : Q19

Target System :

SAP 4.7 x 200 + Oracle 9.20 + win2000

SID : C11

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Now i already mirgated the database into the target system, but when i start the SAP service via SAP MMC , it showed me the Yellow color.... i saw the syslog , it said my username & password is incorrect...

Has someone can tell me that the SAP startup progress ? specially it use which user to startup something ... And it is better to guide me to slove this problem ...

Thanks so much !

Carlos

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 09:43 AM

    Hi,

    This is windows 2003 service startup problem.

    goto windows Control panel

    goto Administrative Tools

    Open services

    Open SAPC11_xx service properties (where xx is your system number )

    On the logon tab set the correct password for user SAPServiceC11.

    start service SAPC11_xx .

    Now you can try to start SAP from MMC.

    Regards,

    Wojtek

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  • Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 10:02 AM

    thanks Wojtek,

    sorry for my mistake, it is not the SAPC11 services can not be startuped.

    it is the SAP instance can not be startuped .... the syslog showed me the following :

    Database: > ORA-01017: invalid username/password; logon denied

    and i don't know the SAP are using which user to login the oracle .... hence, i post a thread in here to ask ....

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  • Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 10:32 AM

    The problem was sloved !

    First of all , check "r3trans -x" and see the trans.log !

    And check the schema var defined in the target system.

    Check "connect /@SID"....... and see the sqlnet.log

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