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VC and Sneak Preview

Hi,

I have installed the Portal sneak preview with WAS 6.40 and Portal SP7.

VC 6.0 patch 2 is installed on the same machine .

I have configured a SAP system on the portal but I can not see it in the system list in VC after logging on to the portal. (Alias is created and user mapping is configured on the portal).

In the portal log files entrie like :

om.sap.portal.guimachine.portalconnector.Login#

#1.5#000374890932004A000001AD0000039C0003EAAA3E857D62#1102442120621#System.err#sap.com/irj#System.err#Guest#2#####SAPEngine_Application_Thread[impl:3]_19##0#0#Error##Plain###com.sapportals.portal.prt.runtime.PortalRuntimeException: Exception in connection#

What is wrong ?

Thanks for any hint.

Marcus

Message was edited by: marcus schiffer

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2004 at 09:29 PM

    Hi Marcus,

    Please make sure that:

    1. System alias is defined.

    2. User mapping is defined for that alias and you use the same use in Visual Composer Story Board.

    3. You have installed the latest SDAs from patch 2 on the portal side.

    Regards, Eyal

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2004 at 08:54 AM

    Hi Eyal,

    thanks alot. It was the missing deployment of the sda from VC Patch 2 that caused the problem. I deployed the sda files with SDM, restarted the Portal and now the

    alias names show up in VC !

    Thanks

    Marcus

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