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checkconfig failed after install of SAP J2EE 620 on 4.7 ABAP system

Dear All!

We have installed the 4.7 ABAPfirst then installed SAP J2EE engine 6.20 according to the OSS note 545422. But when we do the check by following the instruction of the OSS note to start SAP J2EE administrator by Choosing Start --> SAP J2EE Engine 6.20 --> <Instance_number> --> Administrator and the login failed.

Can any one give us a hand?

Thanks!

Jason

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2005 at 06:14 AM

    Check out the consistency of your database name and your instance name. I think they are different. Tiest.

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2005 at 02:27 PM

    Thanks Tiest! The Instance name and the DB name are the same. Is there any thing else needs to be done after the installation of SAP J2EE by following the OSS note?

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    Jason

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      Jason,

      Ik have never started this through the Start menu, but always by starting the batchfile go.bat.

      This can be found, just like the Unix methode in the note you mentioned.

      That is: usr/sap//j2ee/admin/go.bat

      Remember to create a connection through the dispatcher using port 50004.

      Good luck!

      Björn

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2005 at 04:10 PM

    Remember that the first time you connect to the J2EE engine, your SAP system should be started already and the default password is blank (no password). Connect with Administrator on port 50004 (unless your profile usr\sap\sid\sys\profile specifies otherwise).

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