When validating the credentials it is fine but the database dashboard says StealthCollect connection failed.
RMI uses a client-server architecture. The RMI Server is on the FglAM itself where the RMI Client resides on the FMS.
In some cases this connection may fail due to a blocked port or if the FglAM points to the wrong RMI client machine.
This should show that the connection succeeded.
If there is an error verifying the connection, or if the RMI dashboards still show 'on-demand data retrieval failed', continue to the section below.
In the management logs you can see what the error is when the RMI connection is trying to get established.
If it is referring to the wrong FglAM hostname then you can explicitly set the host on the FglAM for RMI as follows:
vmparameter.0 = "-Djava.rmi.server.hostname=hostname"
Please replace the hostname with your fglam hostname.
If there are still connection issues then use the RMI connection test program to manually try creating a connection.
At this time, it is only available for windows systems, but a unix version can be created if needed.