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Connections to this server version are no longer supported

Apr 12 at 07:57 AM

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Dear all

i am trying to replicate tables from Oracle 8i dataBase to SAP HANA 2.0 through stand alone LTR server with the following details

LTR server :

SAP NW 7.4 sps8 with oracle database 11.2 and DMIS component 2011_ 1-731sps8 and REDHAT linux OS .

i created DB connection to the source system but i get the following error message

-- ERROR Database connection BAAN: SQL error 3134 con=1(xxx.xxx.xx.xx:1521/BAAN): ORA-03134: Connections to this server version are no longer supported.

i added the following parameter to sqlnet.ora

SQLNET.ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION=8
SQLNET.ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_CLIENT=8
SQLNET.ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_SERVER=8

but still same issue .

please share your solutions, Ideas and your experiences to solve this issue

thank you

Ahmed

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James Zhang
Apr 12 at 10:02 AM
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Hi Ahmed,

According to metalink (Doc ID 844327.1), the 11g client is not compatible with oracle 8i:

ORA-3134 when trying to connect to a 8.1.x database (Doc ID 844327.1)

The only ONLY solution is to upgrade the oracle database 8i.

However to compromise, you can consider to use 10g client (not a good idea as well, because either the sap kernel does not allow 10g or source SLT is affected) for SLT.
To update/change client, you can refer to SAP note 819829. The minimum impact is to install another SAP application and using oracle 10g client only there, and this application is only using to load oracle 8i data. Again still not a good idea, but in case you cannot upgrade 8i database, you can try whether 10g client can be applied.

Best regards,
James

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thank you James ,

according to the document, client 10.2 is not supported as well , but actually, i am going to make a try .

thank you .

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You are welcome! Anyway 8i is really tooooo old for oracle to support

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