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very important!


I get these

error message:

You do not have permission to view the System Landscape Directory.

Minimum required: UME role with permission and J2EE role LcrUser.

See the SLD Post-Installation Guide for details.

SLD not configured; configure the SLD in Administration first

I can't find any role LcrAdministrator to assign it to my administrator user.

Please tell me the path how to get this

Is it to do right here:


or inside of





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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 01:05 PM


    The link http://localhost:50000/useradmin is right.

    Else go to http://localhost:50000/irj/portal and select User Administration

    It is the same.

    But in any case you need to login with an user-id that has that particular role.

    There select your user.

    Select Search Criteria as User

    Enter user-id in the textfield.and click on Go.

    Select the user from the table.

    Switch to the Assigned roles and click on modify.

    Under Available roles, enter " \*sld\* ".

    Add all these roles to your user.

    I hope this solves your problem.

    Best Regards,


    Edited by: Mayuresh Kanvinde on Jan 29, 2008 6:48 PM

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