Urgent :Problem in Configuring Persistent Name Server
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Posted By:   Thilla_Rajesh
Posted On:   Saturday, April 6, 2002 11:57 PM

While configuring Persistent Name Server I got the following errors: [00.04.06 18:46:45:281 GMT+05] 28ed ManagedServer E Version : 3.5.0 [00.04.06 18:46:45:734 GMT+05] 28ed ManagedServer E Edition: advanced [00.04.06 18:46:45:750 GMT+05] 28ed ManagedServer E Build date: Sat Jul 29 00:00:00 GMT+05:30 2000 [00.04.06 18:46:45:750 GMT+05] 28ed ManagedServer E Build number: q0030.12 [00.04.06 18:46:48:343 GMT+05] 28ed _ConnMgrBaseI E Register to dump facility. [00.04.06 18:46:48:359 GMT+05] 28ed _ConnMgrBaseI E Initialize PreparedStatement cache. [00.04.06 18:46:48:375 GMT+05] 28ed _ConnMgrBaseI E Initialize prepared statement cache. Size:30 [00.04.06 18:46:53:546 GMT+05] 28ed CreateNsTable    More>>

While configuring Persistent Name Server I got the following errors:



[00.04.06 18:46:45:281 GMT+05] 28ed ManagedServer E Version : 3.5.0
[00.04.06 18:46:45:734 GMT+05] 28ed ManagedServer E Edition: advanced
[00.04.06 18:46:45:750 GMT+05] 28ed ManagedServer E Build date: Sat Jul 29 00:00:00 GMT+05:30 2000
[00.04.06 18:46:45:750 GMT+05] 28ed ManagedServer E Build number: q0030.12
[00.04.06 18:46:48:343 GMT+05] 28ed _ConnMgrBaseI E Register to dump facility.
[00.04.06 18:46:48:359 GMT+05] 28ed _ConnMgrBaseI E Initialize PreparedStatement cache.
[00.04.06 18:46:48:375 GMT+05] 28ed _ConnMgrBaseI E Initialize prepared statement cache. Size:30
[00.04.06 18:46:53:546 GMT+05] 28ed CreateNsTable W Failed to create tables java.sql.SQLException: ORA-01918: user 'EJSADMIN' does not exist



I have imported oracle111.zip file into VAJ Repository



I have set the PNS as follows
BootStrap Port : 900
DBURL : jdbc:oracle:thin@ :1521:ORCL
dbdriver : oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
dbid :
pwd :
TraceLevel : LOW



I need immediate solution for this
pls. reply to this mail id thillarajesh@hotmail.com



Thanks & Regards


Rajesh

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Re: Urgent :Problem in Configuring Persistent Name Server

Posted By:   Mason_Taube  
Posted On:   Monday, April 8, 2002 06:54 AM

What's happening is that you've configured the persistent name server to be back-ended by oracle. Usually you don't want to do this. Set the database driver back to jdbc.idbDriver.


At this point you'll be able to start the persistent name server. (VAJ will instantiate an InstantDB Instance for you to persist to)


Now when you set up a datasource, specify the ORACLE driver. The persistent naming service is just for BINDING.


Incidentally, if you're using VAJ 3.5 or better then you want to use classes12.zip since VAJ 3.5 is based on Java2.

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