2EETW169 no connect possible: ‘connect failed with DBLI_RC_LOAD_LIB_FAILED solved
There was an problem in SAPMMC as disp+wotk not started R3trans error as
2EETW169 no connect possible: “connect failed with DBLI_RC_LOAD_LIB_FAILED
server details win 2003 std + sql 2005
1. Check the dev_w0 trace file
2. Please check below note
556232 – Environment settings for R/3/Oracle on Windows
Yes its is for oracle and your is mss but still u can check this.
Also please check DBSL library in your kernel .
3. If below found in dev_w0 file:-
OpenOledbConnection: line 23918. hr: 0x8000ffff Login failed for user ‘SAPDEVSAPServiceDEV’.
C sloledb.cpp [OpenOledbConnection,line 23918]: Error/Message: (err 18456, sev 0), Login failed for user ‘SAPDEVSAPServiceDEV’.
Is this user account locked ?
4. Try updating the kernel. We tried all solutions found in different forums, which were similar to the one above, but nothing worked. Only when you update the kernel, the problem will resolve.
also check the link, which is similar…
5. If you find the below problem:-
I HAVE ERROR IN MSSQL2005 DATABASE DATABASE IS IN SUSPECT MODE
Then the solution will be:-
a) Check this SAP note
b) When the database is in SUSPECT mode, you can change the database status to the EMERGENCY mode. This could permit the system administrator read-only access to the database. Only members of the sysadmin fixed server role can set a database to the EMERGENCY state.
You can run the following SQL query to get the database to the EMERGENCY mode.
ALTER DATABASE dbName SET EMERGENCY
After that, you set the database to the single-user mode. Single user mode allows you to recover the damaged database.
ALTER DATABASE dbName SET SINGLE_USER
Then you can run DBCC CheckDB command. This command checks the allocation, structural, logical integrity and errors of all the objects in the database. When you specify “
REPAIR_ALLOW_DATA_LOSS” as an argument of the DBCC CheckDB command, the procedure will check and repair the reported errors. But these repairs can cause some data to be lost.
DBCC CheckDB (dbName , REPAIR_ALLOW_DATA_LOSS)
If the above script runs without any problems, you can bring your database back to the multi user mode by running the following SQL command:
ALTER DATABASE dbName SET MULTI_USER
For more info please go through the below links:-
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