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Configtool.bat missing

Hi SAP Experts,

I have a solution manager 7.0 installed.Now when I navigate to usr/sap/<sid>/<instance>/j2ee/configtool/,

I do not find configtool.bat!

But I have the following listed files in this path.

Please let me know a workaround in which I can get the configtool alone installed in it.

I have configtool in my other Solution manager 7.0 with a different SID.What need to be changed if I copy that folder?

Thanks and Regards


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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 02:10 PM


    Your post is incomplete, no file list.

    In usr/sap/<sid>/<instance>/j2ee/configtool/

    what exactly is the value of <instance>?

    It is possible you are looking for config tool on the DI instance.

    Config tool is only available in CI.

    If you copy config tool files from another location, you will need to modify file to point to the secure store and db driver location.



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    • Former Member Syam krishnan


      It really looks like the files are missing in DVEBMGS00!

      I suggest:

      1. Make a backup of the configtool folder on DVEBMGS00

      2. Add the files that are missing from another instance, but do not overwrite your existing Let the one that is there stay.

      3. Make sure you have env variable JAVA_HOME pointing to correct JDK

      4. Run configtool.bat



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