Similar to a lot of previous posts.....
I am unable to see the SAP option in the CMC under Authentication, but on the initial logon screen - it is available as an option here.
The architecture is as follows:
BOE XI 3.0 with fixpack 2
Netweaver 2004S SP19
JCO files v2.1.8 and 32-bit
1) I have followed Ingo's blog and checked that the sapjco.jar files are in the right locations - they are.
2) I have tried removing CMCApp, CMCApplications, InfoViewApp, InfoViewApplications, PartnerPlatformService and SAP from \Tomcat55\webapps and then re-started Tomcat - interestingly - all the folders appear except for SAP.
I therefore tried a repair for the toolkit - and the SAP folder appeared, but in the CMC - SAP was still not available.
I therefore did a complete re-install of the integration kit - the SAP folder is available, but in the CMC - SAP was still not available.
I tried the suggestion of ensuring the registry keys were removed prior to re-installing - but still the same outcome - no SAP in CMC
3) I un-installed BOE XI 3.0 and tried 3.1 - still the same error - so have gone back to 3.0
4) I have checked the web.xml files and they have the setting as they are supposed to. Have also checked the authPluginExts.properties file and that is correct.
Any further suggestions please?
you sure that you system database is "ok" ?
try the following :
- check if in the path \Program Files\Business Objects\deployment\apps you see a file called "SAP.properties"
- if so open it in notepad and check if the paths and filename mentioned for deployment does exist.
- try the following : on the path \Program Files\Business Objects\common\4.0\java\lib run the "partnercafinstall.bat". important : CMS needs to be up and running.
I believe it is.
I checked t he SAP.properties file and it has the following entries:
I ran the partnercafinstall file and it completed successfully - I stopped and restarted Tomcat and opened up the CMC - and still no SAP option.
when you go to the Central Configuration Manager, stop the Sever Intelligence agent, go to the properties from the Server intelligence agent, go to the tab configration, use the button specify on the system database.
important: your configuration will get lost, you will basically get a blank new system database. so a user you created is not there anymore.
You need then to install the SAP Integration Kit again.
knowing that you have probably solved this issue, as this thread is rather old.
I had the same problem today. After uninstalling and installing the Integration Kit several times I solved the problem.
In my case, on Solaris, BO does not work together with a 64Bit SAPJCo version. After installing the 32Bit version it worked.
I was with this issue. I solved and I want share with you! (Platform Linux Centos, BO XI 3.1 SP3)
the problem is solved taking into account two aspects:
1. The file sapjoco. jar must be in the path /<businessobjects_root>/tomcat/common/lib.
This must be set in the CLASSPATH=/<businessobjects_root>/tomcat/common/lib/sapjco.jar
2. The libraries librfccm and libsapjcorfc must be in /businessobjects_root/enterprise120/PLATFORM directory.
Set this path in your LD_LIBRARY_PATH = /businessobjects_root/enterprise120/PLATFORM
IMPORTANT: This environment variables must be set in /etc/profile for all system
restart your application server