linux.general digest, Vol 1 #597 - 3 msgs

mnaser mnaser at comcast.net
Mon Feb 9 17:14:07 MET 2004


This is very tight situation, I have done one implementation worked on the
system for two years and still interested in training but the people that
run the show (Basis specifically) don't allow you to learn only because of
the fear of losing control. The only way to learn is by doing and if you
can't do it at work then you can't do it at home, the idea of just order an
R/3 is more then just that, SAP will not send you the software until you
meet licenses guidelines. Go to ftp://ftp.sap.com/pub/linuxlab/test_drive/
there is an old R/3 you can download, but your sandbox must be running on
redhat 6.1...............I hope this will help you in you learning progress.


Cheers,
Mo Naser
OracleZone

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   1. Re: SAP training (list at yk.tp)
   2. RE: SAP training (=?iso-8859-1?Q?=22D=F6hr=2C_Markus_ICC-H=22?=)
   3. Problems to logon (fischer.man at gmx.de)

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Message: 1
Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2004 00:34:14 +0900
From: list at yk.tp
To: phil65 at chello.nl
Cc: linux.general at listserv.sap.com
Subject: Re: SAP training


Phil,

Why don't you order R/3 but not WAS?
I think it contain everything you want to try.

At Wed, 10 Mar 2004 12:00:31 +0100,
phil65 at chello.nl wrote:
>
> hello
>
> Thanks for the answer.  I guess the policy in you company is the right
one.
>
> However, where I work even the sand box is not allowed.  My view is that
> sometimes, SAP is used as a tool to keep power and control within the
> organisation, therefore end users are just supposed to use the GUI and a
> specific number of transactions.  However, some functionalties if better
> known or understood could help us a lot in our daily work.
>
> Therefore, my request to be capable of using it at home.
>
> Bye
>
>
> On Wednesday 10 March 2004 11:51, you wrote:
> > It only contains the basis content. None of the other modules/plugins
are
> > included are included.
> >
> > Ask your guys for a sandbox system. We normally make a copy of our dev
> > system when preparing for an upgrade and then let the users loose on
that to
> > see what has changed/broken from the previous version.
> >
> > 	-----Original Message-----
> > 	From:	phil65 at chello.nl [mailto:phil65 at chello.nl]
> > 	Sent:	Wednesday, March 10, 2004 12:33 PM
> > 	To:	linux.general at listserv.sap.com
> > 	Subject:	SAP training
> >
> > 	hello
> >
> > 	I have a very simple question.  At work we use SAP 4.6C (PP, MM, SD,
> > FI, CO).
> > 	Authorisations are very strict and prevent the learning process
> > (even in the
> > 	test and training databases) .  Is it possible to have SAP at home?
> > If yes
> > 	how?
> >
> > 	I have already ordered and received SAP WAS on linux.  I am in the
> > process of
> > 	installing it.  However if my undersatnding is correct, it contains
> > 		The database software
> > 		The SAP Web Application Server
> > 		The license
> > 		The database content
> > 		The SAP GUI for the Java Environment
> >
> > 	I do not hink that with this package I can improve my knowledge on
> > PP, MM, SD,
> > 	FICO.  (I have read in the FAQ : Can I evaluate the business
> > solutions? The
> > 	evaluation CDs do not include any business applications. )
> >
> > 	Is there an alternative?
> >
> > 	Thanks
> >
> > 	Phil
> >
> >
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Message: 2
From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?=22D=F6hr=2C_Markus_ICC-H=22?=
	 <Markus.Doehr at siegenia-aubi.com>
To: "'list at yk.tp'" <list at yk.tp>, phil65 at chello.nl
Cc: linux.general at listserv.sap.com
Subject: RE: SAP training
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 16:43:15 +0100

> Why don't you order R/3 but not WAS?
> I think it contain everything you want to try.

I doubt that it conforms to the license. Probably you should call their
sales department and ask. You'd eventually get a system to install but it
won't run longer than 30 days since you need a license...


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Markus

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Message: 3
From: fischer.man at gmx.de
To: linux.general at listserv.sap.com
Subject: Problems to logon
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 19:31:01 +0100

wasadm> startsap
Hi,

i have installed SAP WAS 6.10 and SAPGUI 6.3 on Suse 8.2. Everything seems
working allright, but I couldn´t logon to the System. Below you can see
the messages which appeared when I started SAP and try to logon. Have you
any ideas which can solve the problems?
I started SAP with the user WASADM and guistart with root.

Best regard,

Martin


Starting SAP-Collector Daemon
------------------------------
Collector already running ... do not launch
 saposcol already running

Checking WAS Database
------------------------------
 Database is not available via /usr/sap/WAS/SYS/exe/run/R3trans -d -w
 Running /usr/sap/WAS/SYS/exe/run/startdb
Trying to start database ...
Log file: /usr/sap/WAS/wasadm/startdb.log
WAS database started
 /usr/sap/WAS/SYS/exe/run/startdb completed successfully

Checking WAS Database
------------------------------
 Database is running

Starting SAP Instance
------------------------------
 Startup-Log is written to /usr/sap/WAS/wasadm/startsap_DVEBMGS18.log
 Instance on host linux started

 linux:~ # guistart /H/linux/S/3218
############################# ERROR #############################
11.03. 18:55:13.888 ERROR: JniAgComAdaptor.connect failed
############################# ERROR #############################
java.lang.Exception: Error: partner not reached (host linux, service 3218)

Thu Mar 11 18:55:13 2004
Release 620
Component NI (network interface), version 36
rc = -10, module niuxi_mt.c, line 1102
Detail NiPConnect2
System Call SO_ERROR
Error No 111
'Connection refused'

        at
com.sap.platin.protocol.ni.GuiNiNetConnection.processOpenRequest(GuiNiNetCon
nection.java:307)
        at
com.sap.platin.protocol.ni.GuiNiNetConnection.handleOpenRequest(GuiNiNetConn
ection.java:136)
        at
com.sap.platin.connection.GuiConnection.processCreateReply(GuiConnection.jav
a:411)
        at
com.sap.platin.connection.GuiConnection.handleCreateReply(GuiConnection.java
:383)
        at
com.sap.platin.protocol.ni.GuiNiNetConnection.handleCreateRequest(GuiNiNetCo
nnection.java:126)
        at
com.sap.platin.connection.GuiConnection.open(GuiConnection.java:305)
        at
com.sap.platin.application.GuiApplication.createConnection(GuiApplication.ja
va:1006)
        at com.sap.platin.logon.GuiImpl.evalCommandLine(GuiImpl.java:276)
        at com.sap.platin.logon.GuiImpl.<init>(GuiImpl.java:30)
        at com.sap.platin.logon.GuiImpl.main(GuiImpl.java:367)
        at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
        at
sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39
)
        at
sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl
.java:25)
        at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:324)
        at
com.sap.platin.micro.Microkernel.invokeMainMethod(Microkernel.java:1643)
        at
com.sap.platin.micro.Microkernel.startApplication(Microkernel.java:1727)
        at com.sap.platin.micro.Microkernel.main(Microkernel.java:1655)
        at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
        at
sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39
)
        at
sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl
.java:25)
        at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:324)
        at com.sap.platin.Gui.main(Gui.java:40)
############################# ERROR #############################
11.03. 18:55:13.893 ERROR: GuiConnection: Connect failed
Error: partner not reached (host linux, service 3218)

Thu Mar 11 18:55:13 2004
Release 620
Component NI (network interface), version 36
rc = -10, module niuxi_mt.c, line 1102
Detail NiPConnect2
System Call SO_ERROR
Error No 111
'Connection refused'

############################# ERROR #############################
linux:~ #



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