BMXAA6473E - Maximo failed to start.
Joseph Delaney 270000NJHK Visits (8321)
My name is Joe Delaney and I work in the System Support Group L2 for Maximo Support . I thought I would share some information with copying a Production Database into a Test Environment . The backup / restore of the database sometimes causes an issue with the MaximoDD file and it should be a quick fix to get the System up and running . I will give a description of the error below and the fix that should resolve this error . To fix this error below you will need a Sql Query tool and connect to the Restored Database . You will need to run a select to get your output and then an update statement to correct the issue .
This can be caused by the mxe.db.rowcount value being set to a value lower then the amount of rows to be returned
Diagnosing the problem
To determine the current amount of rows that can be returned you can run the following select on the maxpropvalue table.
select propname,propvalue from maxpropvalue where propname ='mxe.db.rowcount'
If this number is lower then the amount of attributes to be returned you will want to update it to a high number or set it to 0 for unlimited by running the following update statement.
Resolving the problem
Update the rowcount to unlimited or a larger value then what was returned above
update maxpropvalue set propvalue =0 where propname ='mxe.db.rowcount'
[10/27/15 10:35:08:192 CDT] 0000000b SystemOut O 27 Oct 2015 10:35:08:192 [FATAL]   BMXAA6473E - Maximo failed to start. psdi