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Subject: [nv-l] ovtoposql error - RIM - Sybase 12.
From: Meyos Yemveng <yemveng@yahoo.ca>
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2003 18:47:58 -0400 (EDT)
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Hello ...
I have setup my RIM on the TMR server (host1) to communicate with my Netview Server (host2) ...and the RDBMS on host2 as well.
1- The RIM test from the TMR server (wrimtest -l ....) is successfull
2- Netview is configured to use a RDBMS (/usr/OV/conf/dbconf.dat on host2 is as follow)

3- Whem I am to transfer the topology info into the RDBMS, I get the following Error:
root@host2-> /usr/OV/bin/ovtoposql -C -v
WARNING: Exception: Exception:StExcep::SystemException:StExcep::NO_PERMISSION
ERROR: Could not lookup RIM database( netview@host2 ).
Either the relational database was not configured in NetView or
 the RIM object was not created or was created with the wrong name.
The RIM object should have a name in the form 'netview@hostname' (without dots in the hostname)
Use the command 'wlookup -ar RIM' to look for the RIM object.
If the object exists and is named correctly then re-configure the relational database support in NetView.
Q1: What could be the problem?
Q2: Any solution?

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