9 Replies Latest reply: Dec 31, 2010 7:05 AM by Rahul Kothari RSS

Unable to open Enterprise Services Builder

Alejandro Alvarado
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Hello Team!

 

I applied Note 1286212 to resolve a issue with JDBC Lookup "Binding rec0 is not found in the brick error in mapping". However, after apply the note I can't open Enterprise Service Builder succesfully. I have an error called "Internal GUI Error". Are there any post-activities to do after apply the note??

 

Could you help me to solve this issue??

 

Best regards.

 

Alejandro Alvarado.

 

This is part of the error log:

 

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= Root Exception ===================================================

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Thrown:

com.sap.aii.utilxi.swing.framework.FrameworkException: Internal problem occurred

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     Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/sap/aii/ibrep/client/serialization/gen/Rep711DeltaSerializerImpl

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  • Re: Unable to open Enterprise Services Builder
    Caio Cagnani
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    Hello Alejandro,

     

    Check note below:

    #1308308 - ClassNotFound Exception when logged into ESR

     

    Regards,

     

    Caio Cagnani

  • Re: Unable to open Enterprise Services Builder
    Prabhat Sharma
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    Hi ,

     

     

    Log into this path

     

    http://<hostname>:<Port>/rep/start/index.jsp

     

     

    Then on above right Side, there is a Tab name ( ADMINISTARTION )

     

    now Log on there. ->

     

     

    On Repository Tab  ->

     

    Click  - >

     

    Javau2122 Web Start

     

    Javau2122 Web Start Administration 

     

    There Re-Initialize the resources.

     

    Hope this help..........................................................................

    Regards

    Prabhat Sharma

  • Re: Unable to open Enterprise Services Builder
    Alejandro Alvarado
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    Hello!

     

    Thanks for your response!

     

    But I have another error at ESR. To resolve previuos error i have applied SP 07 for ESR, but this generate the following issue: "503   Service Unavailable, Error: Application cannot be started!" .

     

    I have checked PI Java Proxy Runtime and SLD had an error with JPR configuration, so i created an Business System and the problem was resolve, but ESR issue persists.

     

    Any ideas?

     

    Thanks for the help!

    • Re: Unable to open Enterprise Services Builder
      Rahul Kothari
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      Hello,

       

      The problem could be that not all J2EE services is started by the J2EE engine.

      Check the com.sap.aii.af.ms.app service.

      Try to restart the J2EE engine.

       

      Please check the SAP Note: 803145

       

      -Rahul

    • Re: Unable to open Enterprise Services Builder
      Hanumantha Rao Gouru
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      Hi ,

       

      Possible Tips: Because of J2EE application com.sap.aii.af.ms.app not active

       

      u2022 Try to (re)start the application using the Visual Administrator Choose Server --> Services --> Deploy --> View on Application or restart the J2EE engine

      u2022 The problem is that not all J2EE services can be started by the J2EE. i.e Start the Visual Administrator and select Server->Services->Deploy in the tree on the left. On the right-hand side, choose the Runtime tab page. You see a tree in the right window with all applications if you select the APPLICATION radio button. Check if they are running, otherwise choose Start. Usually the J2EE engine starts all services automatically.

      u2022 Refer SAP Note 803145,807000,791655

       

      Ref: /people/krishna.moorthyp/blog/2006/07/23/http-errors-in-xi

       

      Thanks,

    • Re: Unable to open Enterprise Services Builder
      SUNIL SINGH
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      Try this:

       

      Open ConfigTool.

      Activate "Expert Mode" in the View menu.

      In the navigation tree on the left select:

      Cluster-data -> template - %template name% -> instance - %instance ID%

      Select the "Shared Memory" tab in the right tabbed pane.

      Provide custom values for the "Aliases" or "Applications" row in the table below.

      If the error message in the logs contains #application#, for example:#com.sap.bc.proj.jstartup.sadm.ShmNoMemoryException: Cannot alloc application.#, then the #Applications# record should be increased.

      If the error message in the logs contains #aliases#, for example: "Error in registering the web alias [] of J2EE application [] in Shared Memory#", then #Aliases# record should be increased.

      You can find the number of applications deployed by counting the number of directories in the application directory. The application directory is defined with "Application_Folder" property of the Deploy service. Under the application folder there are folders with provider names and in these folders are placed the applications. So if the application folder is "<j2ee>/cluster/apps/" the number of the applications is the sum of the folders under "<j2ee>/cluster/apps/sap.com/" and "<j2ee>/cluster/apps/<some other provider name>/".

      Restart the instance.

      Be sure to restart the whole instance, not only the server node.

      Read SAPNote 939396 for more detailed information.

       

       

      Thanks,

      Sunil Singh

  • Re: Unable to open Enterprise Services Builder
    Alejandro Alvarado
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    Hello Team,

     

    I checked com.sap.aii.af.ms.app service and I've restarted J2EE engine but the problem persists.

     

    Any other ideas?

     

    Thanks for help!

  • Re: Unable to open Enterprise Services Builder
    Rahul Kothari
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    Hello,

     

    In the note below details are mentioned if you have post patch issues:

     

    It is due to the jars being out of sync at the client side.

    NOTE: For non-production systems only -

    Please perform Java Web Start re-initialization. Navigate to the

    Administration link on the Enterprise services builder page for JWS option.

     

    Have you performed the above activity??

    Can you please go through the note and check again.

     

    -Rahul

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