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WAS 6.3 Beta SAPDB problem

After building my Welcome application following the tutorial, which seems to have gone successfully it fails to run. The IE window comes up complaining about DNS name resolution. When I modify the URL to say localhost, I get a WAS 6.30 message about application not available. Going to the MMC when I select the SAPDB icon I also get a DNS name resolution error. I cannot launch the SAPDB DBM Gui there. I downloaded the DBM applciation and it sees the C11 DB instance but I cannot connect.

Why might I have the application problems assuming the DB is there? What ID/Password should I use to connect to the C11 SAPDB? According to the MMC the other instances are running successfully.


Steve Banko

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  • Posted on Feb 05, 2004 at 01:08 PM

    Hi Steve,

    connecting to C11. password is either sap or J2EE630 (as long as you haven't changed it during installation, wher it is th default value).

    Are you in ramp up or is this sneak preview?

    I guess there is a problem with your network config (not necessarily on your side). What is the name of your computer? Do you have a proxy? Did you configure the browser to go around proxy for localhost?



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      Hi Steve,

      you may want to switch to the new Sneak Preview of Web AS 6.40 which is available for download now? We fixed many issues, so your problem should be gone. We also allow now to choose the password during installation - this will prevent you from running into similar problems as you have now.



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