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Error in ECC 6.0 EHP6 Upgrade

Dear All,

I am facing issues in ECC 6.0 EHP6 upgrade from ECC 6.0 through SUM tool.

Tried few things but still issue persists:

Error: Initialization of incremental conversion failed, requirements failed

" RFC Login failed" in ICNVINIT.log

Shadow instance can not be connected anymore. Reason is : At this time of the procedure, the shadow instance does not exist anymore since you are passed phase STOP_SHDI_*!

Hence RFC will not work

Other the above mentioned, there are no errors mentioned in log files.

Please guide on resolving this issue.

Regards,

Deeraj Shetty

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 11:25 AM

    Dear Team,

    As per SAP, to avoid similar situation during EHP6 upgrade below mentioned note needs to be referred:


    24864 No conversion of the table BSEG

    Refer to this note:

    ---------------------------Do not convert the table BSEG ----------------------------------

    If possible, avoid all of the modifications mentioned above and do NOT

    decide to return to the standard SAP system during the SPDD run. If you notice a

    conversion (for example, in the test system), determine the reason for the conversion

    before you make the relevant changes in the productive systems.

    ------------------------Hope this information helps ---------------------------------------


    Since we had reset BSEG table to standard during SPDD, faced lot of issues. Later restored complete system and started upgrade again.

    We were able to achieve downtime of 3 hrs 13 minutes :):).


    Thanks for all the support.


    Regards,

    Deeraj Shetty

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    Posted on May 19, 2013 at 03:06 PM

    Hi,

    Attach DDICCNV.LOG. Can you log in to shadow instance?

    Did you get errors at previous phases?

    Cheers

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  • Posted on May 20, 2013 at 02:56 AM

    Hi Deeraj,

    Are you using the latest SUM ,please use the latest SUM tool

    Also check SAP Note No. 1732061 for more info.

    Please open a message to sap as well.

    BR

    Atul

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    • Hi Atul,

      Yes we are using the latest SUM tool. We have raised OSS as well.

      But even in log files, we are unable to find any useful information.

      Checked under "ICNV" tcode and there aren't any tables specified for conversion.

      Please let me know if any area I need to look into to fix this issue.

      Regards,

      Deeraj Shetty

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    Posted on May 20, 2013 at 08:37 AM

    Hi Deeraj,

    I'm a little confused as to your original post:

    Shadow instance can not be connected anymore. Reason is : At this time of the procedure, the shadow instance does not exist anymore since you are passed phase STOP_SHDI_*!

    Hence RFC will not work

    I'm performing exactly the same EHP at the moment and have just checked the Phase List - SUM/abap/htdoc/phaselist.xml. It appears to me that the phase "ICNVINIT" comes in Module Shadow Import. Thus the Shadow System should be available. If it's not running, can you re-started the shadow?

    Perhaps I'm confused though and you are at a different phase. 😕

    Regards,

    Graham

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2013 at 10:03 PM

    Hi Deeraj

    Have you had any feedback from SAP with regards to the above issue?

    Your help will greatly be appreciated!

    Regards

    Faure

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