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JDBC Adapter caching details

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Hi,

We have a JDBC receiver which is configured to use a DNS alias. This is supposed to mean that if the receiver application site switches we don't have to re-configure the JDBC adapter.

The application site switched but the JDBC adapter didn't pick up the new DNS resolution. This appears to be a SAP problem as pinging the DNS alias from the server itself worked.

Is there any way to force the JDBC adapter to refresh the DNS alias?

We are using PI7.0 SP9

Thanks,

Gareth

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Former Member
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This might be due to the DNS cashing at JVM. You might need to restart the java engine. Have a look at the below blog for a permanent solution.

/people/dagfinn.parnas/blog/2005/06/20/controlling-dns-caching-in-the-java-virtual-machine-ie-j2ee-was

Regards

TK

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Try re-starting JDBC Adapter Service in the Visual Admin.