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Did you try to close ODI Studio and re-open it ?
Maybe also try a reboot.
Which version of Java do you use ?
ODI does not support java 1.7, it might be the problem.
I have already restarted the computer several times.
I am using java (JDK) 1.7_0_09, which might be the problem.
I will see if I can get java JDK) 1.6 installed and will retry the whole setup again.
Thanks so far.
You dont select a context against a dataserver, you select a context against a physical schema - which is the next level down int he tree, OK past the dataserver and add a physical schema , then select context against this.
Context or contextual menu means "Right-click menu" in this case ;). He just don't have the opportunity to create a dataserver.
Aha! I see what you mean (finds coat)............ Im out !
yes, I am not yet so far in the tree.
I have installed java 1.6 and set the environment variables to use this version instead of 1.7, but it didn't make any difference.
Should it make a difference if I deinstall java 1.7?
After the installation of java, I reinstalled ODI again, and began by creating a new master and work repository.
I can add users, change their profiles, etc. I can see several options for new.... (context is one of them; new technology and new agent as well), but I don't have a possibility to select new data server on any technology in the physical architecture.
I don't think that uninstalling Java 1.7 could fix it.
Are you logged in as Supervisor ?
If not, make sure you have all the needed (generic) rights on the topology.
Yes, I am logged in as supervisor
Well last idea :
Try to uninstall ODI, uninstall your 1.7 and 1.6 JDK and try to install 1.6 JDK again.
Unable to create New Data Server
Do you use 32-bit or 64-bit version of the JDK ? Might be a good idea to try both. 64-bit version in only supported since version 184.108.40.206 of ODI.
oops, I had forgotten to modify the jreloc parameter in the installation to the correct version. :(
reinstalling with the correct jreloc parameter did the job. Thanks Jerome.
Edited by: 969775 on Nov 6, 2012 7:40 AM
Edited by: 969775 on Nov 6, 2012 7:41 AM
Glad you got it sorted !
Thanks for the reward points ;)