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EP6SP2Patch3HF7 - Visual Composer issue!!

Hi,

I have installed Visual Composer for EP6SP2Patch3HF7.

I have problem listing the SAP system alies.

1. From Data Services tools area, I logged on to portal using the url http://<servername>:80.

2. Logged in using a user that exists in backend system and he is a system adminstrator for the portal.

3. Once I logs in, it brings up the portal. So I close it and then again when I log in using the stoplight icon, it establishes the connection with the portal.

4. But the problem is it is not listing the system aliases as it supposed to do so.

Any ideas? Am I missing something? Is there any log file that i can look into?

Thanks and Regards.

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2004 at 02:55 PM

    Hi,

    I have the following sugesstions:

    1. Make sure that the <servername> part is only the server name and not the fully qualified name (including the domain) as we had a problem there when MSXML4 SP2 was installed (system list would not show up).

    2. Logs are available under the Portal log location (...\WEB-INF\portal\system\logs) and may contain some hints if the search for systems fail. The right logs are named: guim_NWHTMLBKit_logger, guim_portalconnector_logger.

    Regards,

    Yaniv.

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      Hi,

      Then you are using the fully qualified name of the server. Try using the address: http://sapep:80 (your Portal is installed on port 80?).

      As for the logs, they should be on by default. To make sure go in the Portal into: System Administration -> Monitoring -> Portal -> Logging Console. In it you can find all Portal logs (including the ones I've mentioned) and see their status and configuration.

      Best regards,

      Yaniv.

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