Archive for February, 2017

SAP HANA Cockpit

SAP HANA Cockpit
February 24, 2017 | No Comments »

If you want to administrate and monitor your SAP HANA databases , you can use the “SAP HANA Cockpit” tool.SAP HANA cockpit, a web-based HTML5 user interface that you access through a browser, runs on SAP HANA extended application services, advanced model.

Internal error: No PAT07 entries for package XXX

Internal error: No PAT07 entries for package XXX
February 22, 2017 | No Comments »

If you installed the SPAM/SAINT version 0063 and want to install a new Add-On or upgrade already installed Add-On , then you probably get the error message “Internal error: No PAT07 entries for package XXX” and installation queue will be failed.

WorkProcess Hangs on Program SAPLSENA with Reason ENQ

WorkProcess Hangs on Program SAPLSENA with Reason ENQ
February 20, 2017 | No Comments »

If your SAP work processes hangs on program SAPLSENA with the reason ENQ , then you should check the log files and compare you situation with this article…

SAP HANA License Types

SAP HANA License Types
February 17, 2017 | 1 Comment »

You can find the details of “SAP HANA License Types” and difference of the “Unenforced” and “Enforced” options in this article…

Use SAP HANA HDBSQL to execute SQL commands at OS level

Use SAP HANA HDBSQL to execute SQL commands at OS level
February 14, 2017 | No Comments »

If you want to access SQL prompt using HDBSQL at OS level, then you need to follow below steps and  passwords of the user <SID>ADM and one of the HANA database users’s password.

Check and Install HANA License

Check and Install HANA License
February 10, 2017 | No Comments »

You can find the details of HANA licensing issues in this post, so you can; “Check” , “Get” and “Install” your SAP HANA license easily…

SAP HANA System START|STOP|RESTART Information Log

SAP HANA System START|STOP|RESTART Information Log
February 08, 2017 | No Comments »

You can easily find the detail informations of your SAP HANA system; when was started/stopped/restarted from the log file  “history.glf”

maximum number of connected terminals reached

maximum number of connected terminals reached
February 02, 2017 | No Comments »

If you are getting an error message like “maximum number of connected terminals reached” while trying to logon your SAP system then you should check the related profile parameter like described in this article.

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