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Problem in starting Integration Repository

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Contrary to another thread that I found, I am having problems starting Integration Repository for the first time after installation. I followed the instructions of the installation guide up to the point of running SXMB_IFR to launch SAP Exchange Infrastructure page, and after clicking on "Repository (Design)" link, the java web start first check for the latest version, then it goes berserk trying to start the application (the progress meter flashes) and ~2 hours have passed as I am writing this. The documentation warns of a long starting time but this?? Appreciate it if any fellow friends have encountered this before and leave your comments...

Another thing: "Directory (Configuration)" link works without a glitch, comes up in 2-3 minutes and I am able to log in. Weird...

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Hi,

I am connecting PI 7.1 through Vista Home Basic. When I start Integration builder, it brings up the Java Web Start dialog box, then says estmated time 20-26 sec and then gives a message in the same dialog box "download stalled". I went to sun website and installed Java 6.0, restarted machine but the same message. I do not know Java so I am not able to understand what can be the issue. Any help is appreciated.

Regards

Vinay

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I got it to work... finally. RWB, SLD, and Directory were all working for me, so I took a chance and guessed that the problem lies with the repository deployment. So I went into SDM and undeployed repository and subsequently redeployed it from the SDA in the installation DVD. Then the miracle happened...

Anyway I think the jar files could have been corrupted, or the signing process wasn't done properly, which led to the files not being downloaded fully. Thanks to the tip to look in the cache folder I realised that downloading stalled in the fifth jar file, that prompted me to think of the redeployment solution. Thanks!

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Hi!

> I am having problems starting Integration Repository

> for the first time after installation.

We also have a similar problem on clients launching the Integration Repository for the first time. The error message is:

An error occurred while launching/running the application.

Title: Integration Builder

Vendor: SAP AG

Category: Download Error

Corrupted JAR file at http://<host>:50000/rep/repository/aii_ibrep_client.jar

When trying several times it suddenly works without having changed any settings. But on some clients it does not work at all and there is always the error message mentioned above.

The proxy settings are correct on all clients. aii_ibrep_client.jar is not corrupted as I can download and unzip it without any problems.

Does anybody know how to avoid this error? Thanks for your help.

Regards, Tanja

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Hi,

Does the SLD and RWB work ok ?

If so, I think your issue may be related to the sheer size of the JAR files used for the Design/Config side of the Builder and the bandwidth for downaloding the file to your local machine. The files are around 45 mb I think !!

To resolve the issue, I think you can copy your relevant JAR files needed to :

C:\Documents and Settings\<userid>\Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment\javaws on your local machine.

give this a try and let me know if it works.

Cheers

Colin.

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Hi Colin!

> To resolve the issue, I think you can copy your

> relevant JAR files needed to :

>

> C:\Documents and Settings\<userid>\Application

> Data\Sun\Java\Deployment\javaws on your local

> machine.

I have copied all files from C:\Documents and Settings\<userid>\.javaws\cache\http\ of my computer (where Integration Repository and Directory are working) to those clients that had the "Corrupted JAR file" error. Afterwards the problem was solved. Thanks for your help.

Regards, Tanja