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DBACOCKPIT Connection for SAP systems with SAP Router


We are trying to integrate all the remote SAP systems and their databases (primarily Oracle) into DBACOCKPIT of SAP Solution Manager 7.1.

Our SAP Solution Manager is running on Windows with Oracle

The most SAP systems (Unix and Windows) can only be reached from SAP Solution Manger over the SAP Router connection.

It means no direct ping from Solution Manager server to the Server of managed system will work.


Is it possible to integrate such SAP systems (with SAP Router) into DBACOCKPIT of Solution Manager?

According to sap note 1265134 only the DBCON-connection will be required.

By doing so (tcode SOLMAN_SETUP), we get TNS errors.

Do we miss some additional steps (adapting tnsnames.ora of SOLMAN with the entry of managed system), etc.?

Thank you!


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  • Nov 22, 2011 at 03:48 AM

    Your sap router sits inbetween the oracle client and the other databases. In the tnsnames.ora you do not have the option to provide a route string. Please check if it is possible to reach the servers with the saprouter inbetween.

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    • Former Member Ratnajit Dey

      Many thanks!

      Within tcode DBACOCKPIT there is the possibility to add RFC connection for the setup of DB connection.

      Is it something that can be helpful? The RFC connection from SOLMAN to managed system (string like /H/server1/H/server2) works fine...

  • Jun 16, 2016 at 10:38 AM

    Hi Alex,

    did you solve the problem?

    I have the same problem. Could you please help me?



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