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error whicle creating repository in CSADMIN

Dear Experts,

I have installed content server 6.40 .While installation i did chose only sap content server and options for maxdb database instance , Cache server were not selected . We are havin win server 2003 as OS and IIS is runing.

After successful installation i treid to create repositroy in CSADMIN but getting following error .

HTTP error: 500 (Internal Server Error) "CreateTab ContentStorage, connect

error SQLConnect failed, [Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data s

Message no. CMS025

Diagnosis

Error in accessing via HTTP

500 (Internal Server Error)

"CreateTab ContentStorage, connect error SQLConnect failed,

[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Data s

Thanks,

Rushikesh

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    Apr 23, 2011 at 07:42 AM

    Hi,

    Suggest you to check Note 1293399 - looks like the drivers are not registered correctly or the DB might be down.

    Also, content server 640 should be set on MaxDB <=7.6.

    Regards,

    Srikishan

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      check the below steps..

      Solution

      You can subsequently install the ODBC driver 'sqlod32.dll' using the tool 'odbcreg.exe' in the \pgm directory of the SAP DB installation (usually c:\sapdb\<DBNAME>\db\pgm).

      The call syntax is as follows:

      odbcreg LiveCache -i -p <complete path to sqlod32.dll>
      (Note: The path you have to enter specifies the directory in which the Dll lies, it does not specify the DII itself.)

      For example:
      odbcreg LiveCache -i -p c:\sapdb\<DBNAME>\db\pgm

      Note: As of SAP DB Version 7.3.00 Build 33, you are required to register to another path. The example would then be as follows:

      odbcreg LiveCache -i -p c:\sapdb\programs\pgm

      The LiveCache ODBC driver should then be registered in the Control Panel -> ODBC Drivers -> Driver tab.