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How to restart Java Engine in ABAP+JAVA dual stack installation ?

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if i use stopsap r3 in this dual stack installation - it stops both ABAP & JAVA Web Application Servers.

I want to restart only JAVA Weba pplication server.

How do it ?

Thaks in Advance !

Rgds

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 09:32 AM

    Hello,

    There is no option using command line for stopping J2EE explicitly. For dual stack systems, there exists an option in UNIX

    stopsap J2EE and its equivalent startsap J2EE

    however they are both synonymous to start/stopsap r3

    However SMICM transaction allows you to perform two types of stop/starts.

    1. Log on to the ABAP stack of SAP NetWeaver.

    2. Open the list of SAP servers by calling transaction SM51.

    3. Double-click the instance for which you want to restart the Java stack.

    You are now connected to the selected instance.

    4. Start the ICM Monitor (transaction SMICM) by entering /nSMICM in the command field.

    5. In transaction SMICM, choose Administration -> J2EE Server -> Send Soft Shutdown -> With Restart.

    6. The corresponding SAP NetWeaver Java stack for your instance is stopped and restarted.

    Regards,

    Siddhesh

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 09:22 AM

    HI

    Try to use the SMICM tcode to restart J2EE Engine.

    Go to Administration and you would get the options

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