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IDES - Not able to login to any other client

Folks,

I just installed SAP IDES system and successfully imported a permanent license key.

When I run SCC4, I can see that the default installation creates the following clients - 000, 001, 800, 810, 811 and 812.

I am able to login to clients 000 and 001 using sap* as user. However, I am not able to login to either 800 or 812. I have tried both sap* as well as ddic as the username. The error I get back is that either the username or password is invalid.

Can someone please suggest me what I need to do to make it work?

Thank you in advance for your help.

Regards,

Peter

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    Sep 15, 2008 at 06:23 PM

    Hi Peter,

    By default SAP installation creates only three clients they are 000,001 and 066.I have never seen or heard about the fresh installtion of SAP creates other clients.

    So better go to scc4 and check the clients and delete them and create new clients.

    or

    Try by resetting the password of DDIC and SAP* at oracle level in table usr02 for clients you specified like 800 ....

    Thanks,

    Learning.

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      So one option is to modify usr02 table for the password. However, I am thinking there must be a more standard way. My IDES installation was a standard one. There was nothing special about my installation.
      
      Can someone please help?

      Sadly, no other way if your SAP*,DDIC and any other existing super user is locked.

      You got to delete the SAP*/DDIC from the database.

      Proceed as follows:

      1.Check your instant profile and make login/no_automatic_user_sapstar is set to "0" and now make a restart of your server.

      Try this from command prompt.

      sqlplus /nolog;

      conn /as sysdba;

      Now type this and take caution as this is case sensitive:

      DELETE FROM <sid>.USR02

      WHERE BNAME='SAP*' AND MANDT='<client no.>'

      EG-->

      DELETE FROM dev.USR02

      WHERE BNAME='SAP*' AND MANDT='123'

      Then restart your server and login as user SAP* password pass.

      Hopefully this will work.

      Regards,

      Ashutosh

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    Former Member
    Sep 16, 2008 at 10:01 AM

    Try this: 800 client, sap* user, 06071992 password

    800 client, ddic user, 19920706 password

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    Sep 16, 2008 at 11:18 AM

    Hi,

    As kaleem says, Try with the userID basis and the password you had given during the installation.

    Thanks,

    Satyabrat

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