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The status of 'Process list' of 'SLM 0' as ABAP was yellow

Hi Gurus,

I had installed SAP Solution Manager 4.0(32bit) on HP DL360 32bit (RAM:2GB, HD:150GB).

OS: Windows2003 SR2

DB: Oracle 10G.

I logged on 'SAP Management Console' and found the status of 'Process list' of 'SLM 0' as ABAP was yellow.

(Thd status of 'Process list' of 'SLM1' as Java was green.)

The status of process 'disp+work.EXE' is always:

'Running but dialog Queue standstill, J2EE status info unavailable.'

OR

'Running,Message Server connectionok,Dialog Queue time: 0.00sec, J2EE status info unavailable.'

I tryed to restart OS and 'SLM 0' as ABAP many times.

But the status of process 'disp+work.EXE' is always 'Stopped' at the end.

How should I do?

Thanks!

Jason

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    Posted on Mar 30, 2009 at 02:47 PM

    Hi

    As samrat said its the problem with listner service

    start >Run >services.msc check for listener service is started

    also check this link for more information

    http://download-east.oracle.com/docs/cd/B10501_01/network.920/a96580/listener.htm

    Regards

    Uday

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    Posted on Mar 30, 2009 at 03:15 AM

    I wanna post the whole content of log file 'dev_disp' here. But it's a pity the number of characters of 'dev_disp' beyond the limit of the forum. How can I post here? I don't know.

    Edited by: jason xu on Mar 30, 2009 5:25 AM

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