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DbSl/DB codepage check: incompatible codepages found; connect refused

Hi,

when i try to start a restored sap-system i get the following error :

B Thu Jul 21 11:00:20 2011

B Library '/usr/sap/T02/SYS/exe/run/dbdb4slib.o' loaded

B Version of '/usr/sap/T02/SYS/exe/run/dbdb4slib.o' is "700.08", patchlevel (0.288)

C DB4 SQL Reparse Activated

C

C Thu Jul 21 11:00:21 2011

C as4IsHostLocal: SAPDBHOST 'saptst02' is local

C

C Thu Jul 21 11:00:22 2011

C R3INLPGM: RmtExeLib from /usr/sap/T02/SYS/exe/run/DBSLDB4RMT

C

C Thu Jul 21 11:00:23 2011

C R3INLPGM: RmtExeLib is SAP292

C DBSLENCWT: rc=0, msg=CPF9897 CONCURRENT WRITE IS ENABLED.

C

C Thu Jul 21 11:00:24 2011

C *** ERROR => DbSl/DB codepage check: incompatible codepages found; connect refused. Check table DBPROPERTIES.

DbSl codepage type: ASCII (65)

DB codepage type: <unknown> (0)

[dbsldb4.cpp 18428]

can anyone help on this?

Regards

Bjoern Trabes

GLS IT Services

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 12:05 PM

    Hi Björn,

    Do you run an ASCII or unicode kernel ?

    Please check with e.g. dspdtaara kernel ...

    If the kernel is unicode, you are ok.

    You still have the old ASCII rubbish entry in table DBPROPERTIES. Please check with STRSQL and you will find 1 row only.

    Just delete this row and restart ... then the check will no longer go crazy ...

    I do not know by hard the correct value for unicode ...

    Regards

    Volker Gueldenpfennig, consolut international ag

    http://www.consolut.com http://www.4soi.de http://www.easymarketplace.de

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