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Hello Friends,

 

You already have your ABAP stack running now its time to install JAVA stack on same server you have ABAP stack running

 

 

Sun SWPM and select following (SAP Solution Manager 7.2 Support Release 1 >> SAP Solution Manager 7.2 JAVAP Support Release 1 >> MS SQL Server >> SAP System >> Application Server JAVA >> Standard System >> Standard System )

 

As previously mentioned always select Custom

 

 

For ABAP system I gave SID and SXA and for JAVA SXJ

 

 

Do not use ABAP database configure new DB

 

Continue with default

 

Continue default

 

User setting must be as below since ABAP stack installation is creating users

 

 

No SLD registration for now

 

Continue with default option

 

 

Wait till installation complete and your both systems are up and running as below

 

Now next step is instaling Support Pack stack 03 installation

 

Thank you for reading

Yogesh

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      1. Former Member

         

        Hello Yogesh,

        This correct? ABAP system – SID – S72, DBSID – S72

        JAVA system – SID – S73, DBSID – S72

        or

        ABAP system – SID – S72, DBSID – S72

        JAVA system – SID – S73, DBSID – S73

         

         

         

         

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              1. Former Member

                Hello Yogesh,

                I am doing also a Solution manager 7.2 installation, but on Oracle 12c. Can you please describe in more detail how does the database architecture should look like for ABAP and for the JAVA systems? Are the databases 2 separate installations or MCOD or Multitenant? I did not find this information in the Master or installation guides.

                Thanks,

                Dalmy

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  1. Former Member

    Hi Yogesh,

    What is Java Stack for on solman 7.2 used for?  In my case I have “monitoring module”, “charm” and “test management”, and I guess this functionality is fully supported over abap stack, isn’t it?

     

    Thanks

     

     

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    1. Yogesh Patel Post author

      Hello Julian,

      This is very common question from so many outer users.

      For example if you want local SLD you need JAVA stack. For your DAA connectivity you need JAVA stack.

      Hope this solve your question.

      Thank you

      Yogesh

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  2. Former Member

    Hello Yogesh,

     

    I have followed the your steps to install solman 7.2 on Suse linux 12 and SAP ASE DB.

    we planned to install ABAP + JAVA with DB instances(ASp and ASJ) on same machine, details below:

    ABAP: 

    SID=ASP,

    DBSID=ASP, 

    file system:

    /usr/sap/ASP

    /sapmnt/ASP

    /sybase/ASP
    Java:

    SID=ASJDB

    SID: ASJ

    ,file system:

    /usr/sap/ASJ

    /sapmnt/ASJ

    /sybase/ASJ

    First I installed solman abap(SID ASP and DB SID ASP) instance and system was accessible without any issues.Then I installed java instance(SID ASJ and DBSID ASJ) successfully, but after installation of java stack I am unable to bring back the ABAP instance.when I am trying to start the ABAP instance its failing with permissions(Kernel) issue. I executed (saproot.sh ASP) command and tried change the permissions but no luck.
    can you please check and guide me to resolve this issue.
    please check the attached screenshot.

     

    Regards,

    Ramesh.

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      1. Former Member

        Hello Yogesh,

         

        I tried as below but no luck.

        Instance numbers for ref:

        ABAP 00 &01

        java 02 & 03

         

        asjadm> startsap
        Checking syb Database
        ——————————————-
        J2EE Database is not available via test
        See logfile /home/JdbcCon.log
        Running /usr/sap/ASJ/SYS/exe/run/startj2eedb
        startdb completed successfully
        /usr/sap/ASJ/SYS/exe/run/startj2eedb completed successfully
        Starting Startup Agent sapstartsrv
        OK
        Instance Service on host amfasp01 started
        ——————————————-
        starting SAP Instance SCS03
        Startup-Log is written to /home/startsap_SCS03.log
        ——————————————-
        /usr/sap/ASJ/SCS03/exe/sapcontrol -prot NI_HTTP -nr 03 -function Start
        Instance on host amfasp01 started
        Starting Startup Agent sapstartsrv
        OK
        Instance Service on host amfasp01 started
        ——————————————-
        starting SAP Instance J02
        Startup-Log is written to /home/startsap_J02.log
        ——————————————-
        /usr/sap/ASJ/J02/exe/sapcontrol -prot NI_HTTP -nr 02 -function Start
        Instance on host amfasp01 started

        asjadm> sapcontrol -nr 02 -function GetProcessList

        15.05.2017 19:40:26
        GetProcessList
        OK
        name, description, dispstatus, textstatus, starttime, elapsedtime, pid
        jstart, J2EE Server, GRAY, Stopped, , , 26293
        igswd_mt, IGS Watchdog, GREEN, Running, 2017 05 15 19:38:29, 0:01:57, 26294

        asjadm> startsap ASP
        No instance profiles found

        please send the tracefile /home/startsap.trc to support
        asjadm>

         

        Regards,

        Ramesh.

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  3. David Nguyen

    Hi Yogesh,

    In your blog, you mentioned not to use the ABAP database and configure new. Do I have to install another database java instance or the Software tool will create one for me?  I am getting the error below while installing the Java instance at the Execute Service phase…Any helps would greatly appreciated.

    An error occurred while processing option SAP Solution Manager 7.2 Support Release 1 > SAP Solution Manager 7.2 Java Support Release 1 > Oracle > Installation > Application Server Java > Standard System > Standard System( Last error reported by the step: Error return code. DIAGNOSIS: Return code 1 of executable E:\oracle\SOL\12102/bin/oradim indicates an error. SOLUTION: For more information, see log file oradim.log.). You can now:

    • Choose Retry
      to repeat the current step.
    • Choose Log Files
      to get more information about the error.
    • Stop the option and continue later.

    Log files are written to C:\Program Files/sapinst_instdir/SOLMAN72SR1/SOLMAN72SR1/ORA/INSTALL/STD/.

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  4. Former Member

    Dear Yogesh ,

    As your fourth screenshot NOT been seen at all so there is a small confusion. Above the screenshot you have written.

    ( Do not use ABAP database configure new DB )

    Will that be possible to repast the screenshot..

    Thanks

    Kushal

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  5. Former Member

    Hi Yogesh,

    I have a question please. Shouldn’t we connect both stacks together at this point after both stacks has finished installing?

    Reason I am asking is that at the last Execution step “Create Java users” of ABAP (Primary Applications Server Instance) installation, we are hit with the errors that the DDIC user can’t create these JAVA users due to incorrect password issue. But we have logged in with the DDIC user to both clients (000) & (001) with the Master Password we provided throughout the installation process

    So we are thinking this might be because both stacks are not connected.

    I appreciate your feedback in this.

     

    Thanks

    Mutasem

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  6. Griselda Alarcon

    Good day, Many thanks for your explanation, it is very helpful..

    Im in a new Solution manager 7.2 SR1 installation on MAxDB and I hadve already ABAP stack running. Now I have to install JAVA stack on the same server.

    You mentioned in your blog, that you created a new DB for JAVA stack, So my questions is Does it means that I have two DB of 80 GB each other? One DB of 80 GB for ABAP and other 80 GB for JAVA DB?

    Im going to have SM7.2 to alert & monitoring , So What is the recommendation in this case to create a new DB for JAVA?

    Best regards, Griselda

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  7. Griselda Alarcon

    Many thanks Yogesh for your response!

    How I can to choose the same DB instance? In JAVA installation steps?

    I created a SID=DBSID= SM1 for ABAP stack, and when I tried  to choose SM1 for SAPSID for Java, the installation process stopped because the SM1 already exist, So I had to select SM2 as SAPSID  for JAVA.

    Regards

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      1. Griselda Alarcon

        Many thanks Yogesh.

         

        I installed with diferent SID for JAVA and the installation created a new DB of 6,6 GB.

        For ABAP, the installation process created a DB of 81 GB size

        Many thanks again, Griselda

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  8. Former Member

    Hi Sir Yougesh,

    What are the scenario where I can avoid Java Stack in SOLMAN 7.2?

    For fresh installation on HANA 64GB RAM for HANA box is OK?

    I have 3 ABAP system DEV, QAS and PRD on HANA to connect to SOLMAN 7.2.

    When LMDB is there, what is need of SLD which requires JAVA Stack.

     

    I can initiate my project only after your response

    regards

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    1. Yogesh Patel Post author

      What are the scenario where I can avoid Java Stack in SOLMAN 7.2?

      You need to have JAVA stack in solution manager… for example DAA connectivity required it.

      For fresh installation on HANA 64GB RAM for HANA box is OK?

      I have 3 ABAP system DEV, QAS and PRD on HANA to connect to SOLMAN 7.2.

      Please go through installation guide for minimum system requirements.

      When LMDB is there, what is need of SLD which requires JAVA Stack.

      You can not connect systems to LMDB directly but yes to SLD that’s why its nice to have local on Solman or you can use any other SLD in your environment to sync with LMDB

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