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Configtool -- Secure Store Lib not properly set

when i open Config tool it will give pop like connect to database when i click yes it is giving error and when i click no and check in sec store lib the path is like this \hostnamescssapmn/SIDSYSglobalsecuritylib. Every time when i open the configtool i am phasing this error, every time i have to change the path of scure store lib.

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jagadish

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 06:54 PM

    Hi,

    Please check config.properties at the location j2ee\configtool.

    This has the path maintained for the secure store lib file along with other parameters.

    Usually the contents are :

    #Generated by Config Tool

    rdbms.maximum_connections=5

    system.name=

    secstorefs.keyfile=

    secstorefs.secfile=

    secstorefs.lib=

    rdbms.driverLocation=

    rdbms.connection=

    rdbms.initial_connections=1

    Make sure above parameters are correctly configured. The error should not occur then.

    Regards,

    Snehal

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 05:40 AM

    Jagadish,

    In configtool -> Instance Id -> Configurator Manager -> what is the value of secstorefs.lib? is it correct? If correct, is the e correct value reflected in config.properties(//j2ee/configtool) ?

    -Bidwan

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