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Login error for NW04 TestDrive on Fedora 2

Hi,

I have been successfully install NW04 TestDrive on Fedora 2. Now I had a problem when I try to login to SAP via SAP Gui for Java. I got an error message instead of the login screen:

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Runtime Erroes: DBIF_RSQL_INVALID_REQUEST

Invalid call of database interface

...

Error analysis

In a statement an invalid request was made to the database interface when accessing table "DOKTL" ...

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Is there anyone can tell me what cause this problem? I can start the system successfully by nw4adm.

Thanks,

BZ

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2005 at 08:13 AM

    Did you meanwhile solve this problem?

    I think my problem is the same (See posting in this forum).

    It seems that the hostname could not resolved.

    But my /etc/hosts looks good, hostname gives just the

    hostname, a dns record is installed on dns server and on (XP) client I have added hosts records as well.

    So I have really no clue to solve this.

    The log files on the client say more or less nothing.

    Are there any further log files to look for?

    Or how one can check the name resolution in deeper detail?

    Message was edited by: Frank Zimmermann

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