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User Mapping not fully available" error with SP9

Hi,

I asked this in the

"Enterprise Portal » EP Implementation" forum

and the only response suggested it might be a WebAS problem so here is the question

I am trying to set up a user mapping in EP6 SP9

I have created a system

(using the "Dedicated Application Server for R/3 System" template,

not sure if that is correct but I didn't think it would matter),

and an alias and everything seems fine until I try and create the mapping itself

In the "User mapping" window I click edit of the user I want to map, that works

I then type in a username and password (and domain since I have added that property)

When I press "Save" I get the error below

Anyone know what might be wrong?

Vin

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Portal Runtime Error

An exception occurred while processing a request for :

iView : pcd:portal_content/administrator/super_admin/super_admin_role/com.sap.portal.user_administration/com.sap.portal.user_mapping/com.sap.portal.userMappingAdmin/com.sap.portal.userMappingAdmin

Component Name : com.sap.portal.usermanagement.admin.UserMappingAdmin

User Mapping not fully available..

Exception id: 02:20_07/01/05_0006_31293550

See the details for the exception ID in the log file

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2005 at 06:09 PM

    This was answered in the other Forum

    http://shorterlink.com/?SBI2QD

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