RE: Unable to logon to S4 HANA on premise trial from RDT SAP GUI from public internet

      Hi,

      I am not able to logon to newly created instance of  S4 HANA on premise trial from SAP GUI of  the remote desk top. I am using public internet. I am bale to start the remote desk top. In the remote desk top when I tried to logon S4 HANA I am getting the error message as attached. I have not changed anything in the RDT.

      Regards,

      TT Subudhi

      Hi Subudhi,   if you just created the instance for the very first time, the remote desktop will be available quite early in AWS while the S/4HANA instance still takes a while to get finalized. Can you try again now ?   Also, the initial performance of the S/4 system (both after instance creation and re-activation) will be much slower since the system code needs to be compiled/cached at first use. This is a normal behavior of any SAP system and will vanish when you click certain functions for a 2nd time.   If your system still doesn't come up,…

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        Hi Subudhi,

         

        if you just created the instance for the very first time, the remote desktop will be available quite early in AWS while the S/4HANA instance still takes a while to get finalized.

        Can you try again now ?

         

        Also, the initial performance of the S/4 system (both after instance creation and re-activation) will be much slower since the system code needs to be compiled/cached at first use. This is a normal behavior of any SAP system and will vanish when you click certain functions for a 2nd time.

         

        If your system still doesn’t come up, check if the HANA DB is up in the first place (SAP Dev Tools for Eclipse / HANA Studio on remote desktop). If not, restart HANA on Linux level (see here how to connect with SSH tools). This will require some SAP/Linux technical knowledge.

         

        Or other alternative:

        Terminate this instance and create a new one, and see if the problem is solved by that.

         

        Best,

        Joerg

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