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HuaXiao Jiang (434) | asked Mar 23 '23, 2:19 a.m.

    When that was after configuration, go to, when in the database configuration, process card, SystemOut. Log an error
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  000001c8 framework     E getMigrator Failed to instantiate migrator from  plugin definition migratorId SuspectResultStatusMigratorForTCERs  CRJAZ1972E The "" service failed to  activate because a service that it depends on, "",  failed to be activated.
caused by  "xxxService",failed to be activated
caused by  "xxxService",failed to be activated
caused by  "xxxService",failed to be activated

db2 can connect to databases, such as JTS, normally. This environment setup is done on a redhat 8.2 VM, which is OK before. Why does this happen

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Ralph Schoon (63.2k33646) | answered Mar 23 '23, 3:03 a.m.

This question fails to provide the minimum information such as versions etc. Please open a case with support to be guided how to collect the "Must Gather" information. 

  • The question also seems to not make a lot of sense. It is claimed in the JTS setup database connection step those ETM/RQM errors come up. This is inconsistent. 
  • It is also unclear if this is a fresh install or an upgrade or what the purpose of this is.
  • The claim "db2 can connect to databases, such as JTS" does not make any sense since JTS would connect to the database, not the other way around. 
  • It is irrelevant if your environment was OK before, if you perform setup and install and you run into problems, the previous state of your system is changed.

HuaXiao Jiang commented Mar 23 '23, 3:45 a.m.
1.This is the first step into setup on jts, where configure DataBase step
2.this is a fresh install 
3.This means that the connection is successfully connected directly with the connect command in the DB2 database. However, it does not work when configuring the database in setup to test the connection
4.Yes, it's a bit strange, haven't encountered this problem before. And just suddenly it was successful, but when recognizing rs, it was not recognized, and SystemOut .log still this crude error

Ralph Schoon commented Mar 23 '23, 8:13 a.m. | edited Mar 23 '23, 8:15 a.m.

There is no data to work with. Support could request the "Must Gather" information and look at it. There are many ways to fail a setup. Connect to the wrong database. Even if that is a fresh install, you could accidentally have a connection to an existing database. I can't tell. I just wonder why a JTS complains about ETM errors?
Topology? Proxy setup, incorrect redirect? No way of telling with the information given. 

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