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Help: EP6 sneak preview JDBC -Query iview connection properties


These are the steps I have followed for creating JDBC iViews / Query iViews


1. I Created a JDBC system for the MS sqlserver on the portal server. In the properties sheet provide the following values:

Connection TimeOut: 100

Connection String : jdbc:sap:sqlserver://MyComputer:1433;databaseName=MyDatabase

driver :

2. I have created a system alias for the system.

3. In the user management part of the new JDBC System that I created above I have configure it for admin or admin,user

4. Tested the connection: failed

But when I tried the connection (test connection)

The message I get is something similar to

Connection failed: ---

Found default System Alias.

Verify that user mappings and all connection properties are correct.


I dont know what I am missing or doing wrong

Please let me know what I shd change to make this work.



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  • Posted on Nov 26, 2004 at 02:22 PM

    Hi Shanker,

    > Verify that user mappings [...] are correct

    As far as I can see from your description, you didn't set the user mapping:

    User Administration - User Mapping - Search for the user - Select the system you have defined before - set mapping - save.

    Hope it helps


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