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EWA: Outdated SAP JVM Information - Update Stores

Dear Experts,

I have already switched to SAP JVM about a month ago. The EWA alerts for the system are still showing the message:

"SAP JVM 4 is recommended to use instead of SAP partnersu2019 JDK 1.4. Please refer to SAP Note 1495160 for more details."

The jvm switch was performed succesufully and I´m able to confirm this at: http:// configuration: and are OUTDATED. The information from the files as operating system level was taken about 3 months ago, and at this point the java jvm hasn't been updated yet.

Then, my question is how to get updated datain my EWAs? or if I´m right about that thin info is taken from the stores then, how to manually trigger a store update??



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    Posted on Nov 18, 2011 at 12:59 AM


    Did you perform a Managed system setup in Solman_setup after you performed the JVM switch? You didn't mention you did, just the JVM switch was successful.

    The managed system setup is how you setup am EWA for a Java system. If something changes on the managed system, such as a software update, or a new JVM, Solman_setup to perform the managed system setup again, and you did not, then I would advise you do so because this is how SMD will et updated. It won't update merely by changing the JVM, you need to pick up those changed witht eh managed system setup.

    However if you did run the managed system setup afterwards, you should let us know.



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      Hello Diego,

      I know that this is quite an old blog now.

      But we are facing the same issue and our Solman version is 7.01.

      Could you please provide the steps you performed to delete the stores ?

      And is there any impact in deleting the same ?



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