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Unable to connect HANA Express VM with Eclipse IDE

Hi,

I have installed Hana Express in my personal desktop, and my virtual machine is running

When i'm trying to connect eclipse it's showing that "cannot access host"

but when i am pinging with command prompt the host is accessible.

am i missing anything.?

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    Jan 03, 2017 at 07:01 PM

    Hello Joy:

    If this is the HANA 2.0 version of Express, the default instance number is 90 not 00.

    Regards,

    Carl

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    Jun 30, 2017 at 09:45 AM

    Hi,

    I get the same error, but I entered the 90. Also,

    on the one hand, I get the success message that all services are started, but there is no database connection. Error log:

    I installed HANA Express 2.0 using the VM in a Virtual Box. I followed the provided installation guide and all checks so far went ok. E.g. accessing

    http://hxehost:8090/

    from my desktop's browser shows the "up and running" info as well as all the other checks.

    But: I had to create some excetions for the host so that Firefox would display the page.

    I would assume a configuration error somewhere and strange is, that all services are running but no database is available. I also tried several users (HXE_ADMIN and the like), maybe that is the problem.

    Many thanks in advance for a few hints. Please let me know if you need more information.

    Cheers, Harry.

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    • I too was having issues with the suggested default "User: SYSTEM" and "Password: password" when connecting to HANA Express Edtion with Eclipse IDE, as suggested in the tutorials, and the solution Eduardo gave above worked flawlessly.

      THANK YOU Eduardo Herrera!!

      Regards,

      Cody