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J2EE engine is not starting

During the JAVA installation, the Start SAP J2EE is stuck with a error

ERROR 2005-07-01 00:04:44

CJSlibModule::writeError_impl()

CJS-20057 Starting J2EE Engine DVEBMGS00 of SAP system <SAPID> failed: after 174 seconds the state of the engine changed from "Starting" to "Stopped".

I tried to start on another console with startsap. Looks like database, SAP instance DVEBMGS00 and SCS01 started okay. What is the process that acutally starts J2EE engine?

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2005 at 07:33 AM

    Hi,

    the J2EE Engine instance is started by the jcontrol process. To find out what the errors are, locate the dev_jcontrol trace file in the <J2EE_Instance_dir>\work directory.

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      Hi,

      this error indicates a timed out communication with the message server.. but no more details. Can you also have a look at the dev_bootstrap_ID<serverID> and the dev_server trace files in the same directory and see if there are more details about the error.

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2006 at 02:49 AM

    Dhandu,

    I encountered the same error when installing Java in HP-UX OS. In my case this was due to the support packs on ABAP stack. I installed ABAP and applied recent support packs as part of post-install steps and then started the Java Add-in.

    I re-installed ABAP Central Instance, Database Finalization and created and performed client copy. Thereafter, started Java Add-In. This time, the Java install completed successfully without the CJS-20057 error.

    I hope this approach helps you too!

    Regards

    Raghu Balasubramanian

    Sr. SAP Basis Administrator

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