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Attach Operation is disabled in READ ONLY MODE - solman_setup error message

Hello Gurus,

I am in the phase - Connect Diagnostic Agent of the Solman_Setup for Solman 7.0 EHP1.

I don't have any managed system connected yet.

When I try to attach the SMD agent in the SLDAgentCandidates screen...I get two messages as detailed below:

2011.04.13 20:14:12, Managing System 'SL1.SystemHome.sol' is registered in the SLD, Customization of Managing system settings is disabled but it is not a problem to attach the agent.

2011.04.13 20:14:12, Attach operation is disabled in READ ONLY MODE. The current logon user is not a member of Administrator

Please what am I doing wrong because I even gave full authorization (SAP_ALL and SAP_NEW) to user SLDAPIUSER and i have also tried with a few user accounts wilth full authorization like J2EE_ADMIN and my SOLMAN administrator.

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    Posted on May 06, 2011 at 09:36 AM

    Hello John,

    You get the ead-only message because your connected to the local SLD. You need to connect to the productive SLD.

    But the other message (Customization of Managing system settings is disabled) I get also. Did you solve it already?

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