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SAP CAL Activation with AWS - Failure

Former Member
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Following Instruction for Getting Started. Followed SCN documentation

Created user, Assigned two groups with with all four policy's @ IAM

SAP CAL still fails to validate.

Also wonder if there is more than one user, How does Cloud Application library authenticate the correct user in AWS.

Kindly help

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Former Member
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Hi Kaustubh,

I suppose that you have picked one wrong IAM role, namely AmazonEC2ReadOnlyAccess.

You can try to exchange this role with the ReadOnlyAccess role from the list of all possible roles.

In our video tutorial how to create an AWS Account, you can see which role is needed.

I've linked you the video with the specific timestamp where you can find the information:

SAP Cloud Appliance Library: Creating an AWS Account

Hope this helps to fix your problem.

Best regards,

Michael

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Former Member
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After resolving all this, now the Instance does not get activated after waiting for over a day. I set this for activate once again. Any clue whats wrong?

stanimir_eisner
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Hi Kaustubh,

This particular solution has two VMs and you were able to create only one of them because of the following error:

Operation Start failed on step Start Virtual Appliances with message: Start failed for VM SAP ERP 607 on SAP HANA SPS07 due to Amazon Web Services issue : AMAZON : Your account is currently being verified. Verification normally takes less than 2 hours. Until your account is verified, you may not be able to launch additional instances or create additional volumes. If you are still receiving this message after more than 2 hours, please let us know by writing to aws-verification@amazon.com. We appreciate your patience. (Service: AmazonEC2; Status Code: 400; Error Code: PendingVerification; Request ID: cec64f67-b058-46ad-a813-be175b78b7fc)


This put the solution instance in status INCONSISTENT and the following Suspend and Resume operations will change the status of the existing VM but will not bring the missing VM up. To do so you may terminate this instance and create a new one. A couple of days should be enough for the AWS verification. If not, I would recommend to contact aws-verification@amazon.com as the error message advises.

Best regards,

Stanimir

Former Member
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Great. I did delete and recreate, resolving the issue. You guys are great in providing resolutions. thanks for all your help. Hopefully will be on the race track soon.

hausa
Explorer
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Hello. Is your user assigned to those two groups?