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DB13 jobs not working

Hi,

We are not able to execute any jobs from DB13.

The same can be run from the O.S. level without any issues.

SAPXPG is working fine.

Its a 4.7 system on Unix, with Oracle 9.2.0.5.0.

Pls help.

Thanks,

Saba.

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  • Posted on May 30, 2008 at 09:02 AM

    Hi sumant,

    Are there any error messages in the job logs ?

    Regards,

    Nelis

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    • Former Member Suhas Mhaskar

      HI ,

      are you able start/stop DB through <sid>adm.If not then first thing to check the dev_w0 Log fo the same.

      Next suggestion would be to update the dbsl for OS/DB specific. and Update the brtools .

      Hope this will help.

      To me its seems like the Softlink or oracle shared library issue.

      can you paste the dev_w0 log ?

      Regards,

      King V.

  • Posted on Jun 14, 2008 at 07:07 AM

    Hi,

    Can you paste DB13 job logs here.

    Thanks

    karan

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    • Former Member

      Hi

      You can try these options:

      1. try to connect with <SID>adm in Windows/Unix, execute : brconnect -u / -c -f check , if you have always the same problem, try to execute sapdba_role.sql with sql

      sqlplus /nolog

      connect /as sysdba

      sql>@sapdba_role SID NT/UNIX

      2. When you configure the backup in db13 that will create the background jb you can see it in sm37, so go to sm37 change the user name on which the ob is running and rerun the job this is because the user at r3 level doesn have the authorization you can do it like this.

      3. But if the user name and password is incorrect with the database user yu can you can check it in st04 -->detail analysis menu -->oracle session. b which user the SAP is running the backup command then check the user exiss in database if exists reset it.

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