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MS SQL Backend conntection fail on EP6SP9

Hi,

I am trying to connect MS SQL through EP6SP9.

I done the following steps:

1. Created a system from com.sap.portal.systems.BUDI-> SAP_BI_JDBC.

2. Fill the below parameters

<b>Conntection URL:</b> jdbc:sap:sqlserver://srinivas:1433;DatabaseName=Northwind

<b>Driver Class Name:</b> com.sap.portals.jdbc.sqlserver.SQLServerDriver

3. Done the usermapping.

When I test this system, it returns an error:

<i>Retrieval of default alias successful

Connection failed. Make sure user mapping is set correctly and all connection properties are correct.</i>

It is working in EP6SP4 earlier.

Is the driver class correct?

Can anybody help on this.

Thansk in advance

Sriniva S

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 11:20 AM

    Hi.

    If "srinivas" is your hostname, the properties seem correct. Try the following: Restart your connection test and look into the log immediately.

    It's located in cluster/server0/log (the .trc file with the newest timestamp).

    Look for a message like "Failed to get connection for system" and watch out for some details.

    If you can't find enough information, raise the log level of the location com.sap.portal.connectors.JDBC to "All".

    Then try again.

    Regards, Karsten

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