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Does password for all the agent get stored in Database used for Tidal Scheduler?

Hi All,

Recently we have upgraded our password length parameter in SAP from 7 characters to 8 characters.

Now we are facing this issue when we are trying to connect SAP Adapter. We tried changing the password from 7 to 8 character(with out any special characters) in SAP for the Runtime user, the same is maintained in TIDAL.

But we are facing below error when we are trying to connect the SAP Adpater:

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SapService:({51C57049-3215-44b7-ABE1-C012FF786010}) Failed to connect with error SAPLogonEx failure connecting to SAP instance QSB/100. Password logon no longer possible - too many failed attempts."

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Connection Failed to destination QSB port 100 [sap_logon: Password logon no longer possible - too many failed attempts>TS> Wed Jul 10 05:31:04 2013T:7340 Error in program 'java': ======> Password logon no longer possible - too many failed attemptsT:7340 Error in program 'java': <* RfcReceive [11] : returns 3:RFC_SYS_EXCEPTIONT:7340 Error in program 'java': ======>>>> RfcOpenEx ...Got following connect_param string:CLIENT=100 USER=TIDAL_1 PASSWD=******* SYSNR=9 ASHOST=sapnaqsb.carrier.utc.com TRACE=0 ABAP_DEBUG=0 TOUPPER=0<<< RfcOpenEx failed]"

Regards,

Swaroop

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Does password for all the agent get stored in Database used for

Hi Swaroop,

Is it possible that you changed the password in SAP while the adapter was still enabled?  The adapter has tried with the old password too many times (before you changed it in TES) and has locked out the user in SAP?

Regards,

Alastair

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Does password for all the agent get stored in Database used for

Hi Alastair,

We did disable and then tried reseting the password.

We even try using a new user aswell but it still the same.

Regards,

Swaroop

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