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thanks for your fast response:
here the results:
Name [Sorted in ascending order] Module Type
"locationdbservice-4.1.0-723" EJB Module
"locationservice-4.1.0-723" EJB Module
proxyregistrarssr-4.1.0-723 Web Module
Where can i find this SipServletContainer MBean?
Is this a problem, that there is the ip and not the full qualified host name?
Logs: Which logs do you want? There several logs in the j2ee/ocms but there is nothing interesting (like warnings or errors) in there...
Here the whole SIP message (from kphone)
SipClient: Received: 13:40:36.322
SIP/2.0 403 Forbidden
Via: SIP/2.0/UDP 10.0.0.4;branch=z9hG4bK66B2BD34
To: "alice" <sip:alice@local>;tag=-1hveytzjmu1411083919154
From: "alice" <sip:alice@local>
CSeq: 722 REGISTER
These are the installed components:
presence [Up] Jun 29, 2007 10:02:30 PM EDT 0 0.00 0 [Browse the MBeans defined by this application.]
presencewebservice [Up] Jun 29, 2007 10:02:30 PM EDT 0 0.00 0 [Browse the MBeans defined by this application.]
subscriberdataservices [Up] Jun 29, 2007 10:02:28 PM EDT [Browse the MBeans defined by this application.]
aggregationproxyear [Up] Jun 29, 2007 10:02:30 PM EDT 0 0.00 0 [Browse the MBeans defined by this application.]
ocmsrouteloaderear [Up] Jun 29, 2007 10:02:29 PM EDT 0 0.00 0 [Browse the MBeans defined by this application.]
proxyregistrar [Up] Jun 29, 2007 10:02:28 PM EDT 0 0.00 0 [Browse the MBeans defined by this application.]
here some good news:
test.user1 can connect via kphone to OCMS.
I know i can add new users via sash or mbean. Is there another way like a WSDL-interface?
In OCMS 10.1.3.2 and 10.1.3.3, sash and the JMX interface are the only mechanisms to provision users into OCMS. We do not expose other interfaces at this time, including WSDL web services.
got around this error:Hi HEWizard,
The kernel settings were not appropriate for
I think, the OCMS installation guide should show
refer the kernel settings for TimesTen....
I've got the same problem...
How did you solve yours concerning the kernel settings?
Which other steps did you take to handle this whole issue?
after setting some server settings i can add alice via >sash:Thanks for posting which server settings you changed.
Identity was successfully added to the system.
can you explain what your problem is?
a 403 by trying to register first time after installation?
sash is not working?
Thanks for the fast reply,
actually I can login to sash, but as I try to create a new user I get the following exeption:
Unknown exception when executing command - java.sql.SQLException: [TimesTen][TimesTen 6.0.7 ODBC Driver][TimesTen]TT2206: Table ORACLE.PRIVATE_IDENTITY not found -- file "comp.c", lineno 2070, procedure "sbCompCacheTbl()"; nested exception is: java.sql.SQLException: [TimesTen][TimesTen 6.0.7 ODBC Driver][TimesTen]TT2206: Table ORACLE.PRIVATE_IDENTITY not found -- file "comp.c", lineno 2070, procedure "sbCompCacheTbl()"
It looks like the error message, you also got once before.
You mentioned, you changed s.th. in the server/kernel settings, could you please refer to these points?!
I assume you are installing on Linux.
please verify that the tt-processes are running on your system.
I think you have to increase shmmax or such a parameter on your system permanently. In the documentation it is only described how to change it until the next reboot....
If this parameter is to low, TimesTen will not start and sash can not get the Tables....
Yes it's a Linux RH 4AS...
Sorry, but shmmax is set as in the documentation recommended and the tt-processes are running as well.
Any further ideas
take a look at
To increase the shared memory size to 256 MB, for example, as root,
edit the /etc/sysctl.conf file by adding the line:
To increase the shared memory size without rebooting, use:
% /sbin/sysctl -w kernel.shmmax=268435456
If you have your kernel configured with the /proc file system and it is
mounted, then the current maximum shared memory segment size (in
bytes) can be viewed by the following command:
% cat /proc/sys/kernel/shmmax
You can also change this value by the following command
% echo 268435456 > /proc/sys/kernel/shmmax
This command has the same effect as the sysctl command.
On Red Hat Linux systems, to enable more than 6 ShmIpc Client/Server
connections, add the line:
kernel.sem = "250 32000 100 100"
to the /etc/sysctl.conf file and reboot.
This sets the parameter values as follows:
try sysctl -a an look if the numbers are right....
I'm really grateful for your fast answers, but unfortunately also this point (ShmIpc Client/Server connections) I checked already...
Are there any possible changes to be done in the AS control?
Thanks a lot
Hi, what is it that you used to fix the problem? What server setting?