what do you have in the BUILD_ENVIRONMENT property? If its blank or not correct, run a USP job first against this target, populate the property and then run the job again.
Hope it helps.
Which version of BSA is this for? Is the server detected as a vCenter server or a Windows server in BSA? What Virtualization properties have to updated and what have they been set to?
Can you also post output of agentinfo for the vCenter server here?
Thanks for your quick reply.
The Property BUILD_ENVIRONMENT contains valus as Windows2003x-86_64.
Also, I have already run the USP job. and tried it as well.but still facing the same problem.
My BBSA version is 8.1.02.250.My VC server is detected as Windows Server in BSA.
I have created the Instance for the Connection class and map the same in Virtualization in System Property.
I have set Connection URL,Username and Pssword for the Connection class.
Thanks in Advance,
Nitin, please check the agent installed is VC agent ,as your machine is detected as Windows box. If it a VC agent box then you don’t have to manually create the Virtualization and connection PSI.
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Thanks for your support to all of you.
I am getting the error no applicable classes were found for VC server in BSA.
I think it may be because of version of VC Server.I am using VC 5.0.0.x.
When I triedto add VC server of version 4.1.x then my DCO job runs suceesfully.
But if I am using VC of Version 5.0.0.x the it shows me the error as no classes were found for VC server.
Will it be the error because of Version of VC 5.0.0.x.
is it because VC 5.0.0.x may not contains the VMWare classes for BSA.
but the same contains for the version 4.x.?
Thanks and Regards,
I am not sure about the compatabilty level of the VC, others may help. Or you could check with BMC Support. I have seen this to be an issue if the BUILD_ENVIRONMENT value is incorrect or absent.
Does the version of the agent on the VC match the version of the appserver?
This version of bsa should have vcenter 5 support.
Thanks for the reply.
Yes, My Agent Version on VC and BSA is 8.1.02.250
But unable to find the resolutaion for the DSO Component of VMWare in BSA.
Your support is valuable for me.
Thanks & Regards,
Vcenter 5 is supported starting 8.1 sp2. It could be a problem with that as well.
I am using VCServer 5.0.X and BBSA 8.1 SP2
Whether VCServer 5.0.x is supportable for BSA 8.1.?
Because my ESXi version is also 5.0.x which can be managed by VC Server 5.x only.
But BSA 8.1 may not support the VC Server 5.0.x.
What could be the resoluton for that?
Thanks in Advance...................
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We have resolved the issue.
This issue is occured because VC server has regular RSCD agent installed which does not contains
The VC server must have the RSCD agent install which is specifically designated for VMWare VC Server.
which contains above VMWare classes.
Now the BBSA is identifying the VMWare VC Server Properly.
Thanks to everyone for your valuable support
We have also stuck on the same issue while performing POC for CLM Install Planner. Yes, we have to use the Windows Agent VC for BSA to manage the VC server, as it installs with VMware_VirtualInfrastructure Manager classes, specially used for VC server.
Thanks and Regards,
Hi Afzal Shaikh,
Thanks a lot for your timely and essential support for resolving this issue. Its working fine now.
Thank you all for guiding me throughout the approach for getting this issue resolved.