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ucmdb and se integration getting failed....

hey guys


     please help me on this.....

i am nt able 2 integrate se and ucmdb...i have attached communication log and screen shot please check...

 

 

thanks n advance

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Re: ucmdb and se integration getting failed....

From your comm log...look like it looking for the system.version from APPiQ_Schema and not able to find it

 

"ORA-00942:table or view does not exist"

 

Check your connection setting

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Re: ucmdb and se integration getting failed....

Hey ctroung,

 

 

 

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Re: ucmdb and se integration getting failed....

You need to connect , appiq schema.

 

From this integration we are reading  the tables and get the relevant data. While reading the data, we check for the table status, and then read. Refer the document for this.

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Re: ucmdb and se integration getting failed....

Hi,

 

Looks like the User id which you use for connecting the SE doesnt have enough permissions to access the table or view.

You can verify this by using some open source tools or sql developer and try to connect with the user on this table and check out.

 

Regards

Ashokkumar Raman

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