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KMC Error- Internal Error in Tree Structure

Hi,

I am getting this error in my DefaultTrc.log file and am not able able to make out what it is coming for. I have installed EP6 SP9 with patches and KMC sp9 with patch2.

Also i have configured muliple LDAP servers for UME. The LDAP connection and user maintenance is working fine. But i get this error in my log files.

Also the installation is a distributed WebAS installation.

Here is the error i am getting

RegisterNode</Applications/KMC/Repository Framework/Components/Repository Managers/ume/Creation>: com.sap.mona.api.JMonException: com.sap.mona.api.JMonAPIException: Internal error in tree structure.

Can Anyone tell me if they are getting any such errors.

Any solutions?

Regards,

Hassan

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2005 at 12:10 PM

    Hi Hassan,

    you might want to log a support message to SAP about this and (there as well as here) add information about the used LDAP technology and involved opereating systems.

    Regards,

    Karsten

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 06:06 PM

    Is there a fix for this problem. I have a similar problem using same patch levels.

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