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Art of BI: Hyperion Foundation OpenLDAP service terminated with service-specific error 19 – Win Server 2008

Christian Screen | | May 26, 2009

After attempting to install the basic foundation services and Essbase server on a Windows Server 2003 box there were several failures when registering with Shared Services. I also noticed that the openLDAP service was not started.  This is due to Windows 2008 not being 100% compatible with the full Hyperion 11x suite.   To get around this one forum user on the oracle forums found a solution. I image this solution was deduced by comparing either the Windows 2003 11x install with the Windows 2008 install or by looking at a previous version install on a 2003 server.  Either way it works…

http://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=826355&tstart=0

 Apparently they didn’t add in a registry key required for OpenLDAP.

you’ll need to create OpenLDAP and Parameters keys probably:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREOpenLDAPParameters

“ConfigFile”=”C:\Hyperion\products\Foundation\openLDAP\slapd.conf”
“URLS”=”ldap://:28089”
“DebugLevel”=dword:00000000

Once this is done I simply started OpenLDAP up, and did a reinstall of everything and it all seems to be working ok (touch wood anyway!)
Hope this helps.

Here is my registry editor after the fix.

_openldap_regedit_onwin2008_sm1

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