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Connection to System Landscape Directory (SLD) could not be opended success

Hi Gurus,

We are working on BI 7.0, which has an integrated portal. We had configured JCo Destinations and it was working fine. But suddenly the J2ee_admin password was reset in the morning and the JCo buttons ie., "Maintain JCo Destinations", "Create JCo Destinations" and "Start assigned SLD" in Content administrator is disabled and we have an error "Connection to System Landscape Directory (SLD) could not be opended successfully. No connection to SLD". We have restarted the server but it dint solve our purpose. Also, in J2ee server, the go.bat and configtool.bat status is "Stopped Abnormally: path not specified". Pls tell us where to check and what to do.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Raghu

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2009 at 03:39 PM

    Hello Raghu,

    Enter Visual Administrator, enter your application server node, in the services select SLD Provider (I'm not sure this is the correct name, but check for something related to SLD) there you configure the username and password to connect to SLD. You mention that the j2ee_admin was changed, this is telling me that the j2ee_admin user was also used to connect to SLD, you should create an user to access SLD only to avoid this kind of problems.

    Create an user with the required SLD UME actions.

    Assing that user in the SLD Provider in Visual Admin.

    Check your CIM connection, if this test is passed your communication between portal and SLD wil be succesfull, you can also check the conection in the Web Dynpro Content Administrator, press the Test Connection button and it should work also.

    If everithing works out, your JCO can be configured, and or used again.

    Hope it helps.

    Cheers

    JV

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