3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 6, 2013 9:13 AM by 874593 RSS

    Error during startup of TCPIP Bus

      Dear all,

      During the installation of CCA, I have installed TCPIP bus on OEL 5.7 but unable to start it even debug mode is not working.

      I see this error on the terminal.

      Info : Starting TCPIP_BUS [CMD = ./tcpipbus ]
      Info : Cannot load my id from the DataBase using Host[cca.oracle.com]

      cca.oracle.com is the hostname which is also defined in etc/hosts and I can do ping with it as well.

      Path variable is also set as below.

      export PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin:/usr/ccs/bin:/etc:/opt/sfw/bin:/space/oracle/oracle/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/space/j2sdk1.5.0_10/bin:/space/j2sdk1.5.0_10/jre/bin:$CCA_INSTALL_PATH/bin:$CCA_INSTALL_PATH/lib;

      echo $PATH shows as below.

      [oracle@cca bin]$ echo $PATH

      Can you please tell me where could be the error?

      Naeem Akhtar
        • 1. Re: Error during startup of TCPIP Bus
          You need to first add the Host Name inside the Network Manager.

          Then the "Select" will see the server name in the DB and start the bus.
          • 2. Re: Error during startup of TCPIP Bus
            Network Manager is also throwing error while starting.

            "There are no companies defined"

            Subsequently nothing is being saved in Database. I got error that "Error inserting into Hostmanager"

            ODBC connection is just fine and test is successfull. I have installed CCA FP9 Patch as well. But nothing is working for me.

            Even I have searched everything from Support but those workouts are not working.

            Can you understand the problem?

            Naeem Akhtar
            • 3. Re: Error during startup of TCPIP Bus
              fixed by myself.

              1. For Companies error:

              Name of ODBC and Network Manager alias should be same

              2. For "Cannot load my id from the DataBase using Host[hostname] error

              rschepis has provided half of the solution.

              Rest is

              "telnet hostname 8888" should work from windows (Where Network Manager is running)

              This can be done by installing/updating telnet server on the host (Where bus is running) and opening 8888 port.

              Who will mark it as answered?? :)