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Problem with WebSphere App Server 4.0

 
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hi folks,
i'm having problem with starting WebSphere Application server 4.0 with Oracle 9i. Here are the couple of files that might help you what's wrong going here which i can't figure out. so please help me with it.

oracle\admin\marsh\pfile\init.ora

WebSphere\AppServer\bin\admin.config

now here is the error from log file

i would appreciate if someone could figure it out.
thanks.
[ December 04, 2002: Message edited by: Himal Chuli ]
 
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Hi,
Try to login to Oracle from sqlplus with the user EJSADMIN and password EJSADMIN (or what ever you gave) to the same sid KIRANT .
If your login is ok then, one option is to try and reinstall WebSphere.
If you cannot login then you are in the wrong Database or the user is not created.
 
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Even though websphere gives you the option to give an name for the admin, it seems that "ejsadmin" is hardcoded somewhere such that you are forced to use this user. I use the following script to create the user:
rem ------------------------------------------
rem Script to create user that will be used by WAS (Websphere Application Server).
rem Script to create tablespace that will be used by WAS to store its tables.
rem if tablespace was already create, you can drop it using:
rem drop tablespace was40;
rem
connect sys/change_on_install;
create tablespace was40 datafile 'd:\oracle\was40' size 50k reuse autoextend on next 5k;
create user ejsadmin identified by welcome default tablespace was40;
grant connect to ejsadmin;
grant resource to ejsadmin;
grant dba to ejsadmin;
commit;
 
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if you create user other than "EJSADMIN", just change the entry in admin.config:
com.ibm.ejs.sm.adminServer.dbSchema=EJSADMIN.
to your new user name.
 
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