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Database monitoring with Java Schema giving error

Hello All,

I need to configure Database monitoring (DBACOCKPIT) feature from Solution Manager diagnostic from my sol man EHP1 system with all the satellite systems which are on NW04's with SP17. Now when i'm trying to configuring with JAVA Schema SAP<SID>DB , it is giving me error "Error in CL_DB6_SYS with return code ADBC error".

I did try to search on this, but could not get any information, i can access DBACOCKPIT from ABAP schema, but with java schema, it is giving me problems.If anyone came across the solution for same, please help me out.

Also, i would like to know, features & functionality which will be provided through Java schema.

Waiting for answers.

PS: I'm using Oracle 10.2.0.4 on HP-UX 11iv3.

Thanks,

Anand.

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    Jun 05, 2009 at 03:32 PM

    Hi,

    I really do not understand what you try to do, better said, WHAT are you doing.

    You will need to provide a detailed explaination, step by step.

    > Also, i would like to know, features & functionality which will be provided through Java schema.

    DBACOCKPIT is an ABAP program, it does NOT run in a "Java schema".

    If you have a Dual stack ABAP and JAVA you do not have to configure DBACOCKPIT for anything as you only have ONE database.

    You could configure DBACOCKPIT to monitor a different database, for example a JAVA only as it is not available in JAVA.

    For that you have to create a new connection, you have to configure also the names resolution at oracle level ...

    Check SAP notes:

    1256322 Establishing a remote database connection in DBACOCKPIT

    1261329 DBA Cockpit: Oracle as remote database

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    Jun 06, 2009 at 09:25 PM

    Hi Anand

    Have you done the manual preparation for Java systems as mentioned in the Note below ? Following Notes might help you. Are you on EHp1 sp18 or SP19 ?

    Note 1139623 - Using transaction RZ20 to monitor remote Oracle databases

    Note 1261679 - DBA Cockpit: Java schema not recognized

    Note 1252411 - DBA Cockpit: Patches for Integration with SolMan

    Which method are you utilizing for the setup ? check this blog and notes too

    /people/tony.dethomasis2/blog/2009/05/11/take-off-with-the-dbacockpit

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    • Former Member Former Member

      I can check DB from sol man system through DBACockpit tcode.

      About Java Schema error, so far no fool proof answer from anyone...not even by SAP 😔