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Automatic parameter check in Oracle

Hello All,

I have installed Solution Manager on Oracle 11g database. While performing the post installation steps for Oracle,i came across the automated parameter check. So i referred SAP note 1171650.

I downloaded the script attached in this note and when i uploaded it via DBACOCKPIT, it is throwing an error as,


Can anyone suggest?

Thank You,



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  • Posted on Sep 21, 2011 at 04:12 PM


    Did you download the file attached to the note ( right click and save as ) or did you open the file through your browser and copy/paste from your browser into a new file ?

    You need to right click / save the file, then upload the file in the dba_cockpit.



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    Posted on Sep 21, 2011 at 07:07 PM

    Hi there

    This might be because there might be some change in code which you are executing to that of original document.

    The easy way to perform automated check will using a SAP transaction

    use /NSE38

    run program RSORADJV --> execute

    in next screen copy paste the text as it is from the attachment of the note. (Make sure you use right DB version attachment.)


    it will take a while to execute.

    It should give the output.

    These attachments are tested to perfection so shouldn't give errors while execution.

    Hope it helps




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      For Dual stack, Note says - 'depending on the degree to which you use BW functions'

      I don't think that we are going to use 'Solution Manager' to include that much degree of BW functionality that at last we call it a 'BW' system. We activate a BI client just for some of the functionality.

      It is the similar scenario as in we have a customer where we use BW in ECC6 system itself by dedicating a separate BI client there. But we keep Oracle parameters to OLTP as ECC 6 system is an OLTP system.

      I would say, in my opinion we should set oracle parameter for Solution manager w.r.t OLTP settings, that's what we ourselves do in our many customer landscapes.