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B1i problem with IPO-Step AuditControl jdbc connect to localhost

Hi all,

after installation of B1i the IPO-Step "/vPlatformIDE/" is deactivated.

When I ping the Xs(JDBC-Call), I receive the following error message: XCE001 Nested
exception: java.lang.Exception:
XCE001 Nested exception: SAP
DBTech JDBC: Cannot connect to jdbc:sapdb://localhost/B1I [Cannot connect to
host localhost [Connection refused: connect], -813.].

I know that localhost should be specified with ip or <server name>, but I don't know where I can configure this jdbc connection string.

I am still on 8.82 PL05, is this maybe a patchlevel error?

Because even with a clean reinstallation I get the same error.

Also B1i doesn't retrieve any company databases in the SLD, they have to be created manually.

Thanks in advance


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    Posted on Jun 27, 2012 at 08:10 AM

    Hello Sebastian,

    AuditControl IPO-Step is deactivated by design. Audit control is a separate function that can record any document changes inside of B1i. And only when it is configured, this step will be activated, normally it is not used so you can see the IPO step deactivate.

    The low level PING is using the default settings for the deployment doc which always fail because the actual connectivity is dynamically set during runtime based on the setup of Audit control. So this is not indicating any problem.

    To configure AuditControl you can go to B1if ->Maintenance->Cfg Audit Control. Choose the scenario package/steps you want to audit and configure the Database Identifier. Then B1i will create a table automatically in the database. I attached the sample configuration and result.



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