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"STATUS INI of user interface SAPMSYST missing" session terminated

Hi Experts,

Good Day...!!!

URGENT.....!!!! PLEASE HELP ME....!!!

I am also facing this error in ECC6.0 where, when i logon from the GUI it shows "Status INI of the user interface SAPMSYST missing" at the bottom of the screen. After i key in the user id and the password, the system logs in but shows an error i.e abap dump and it dosent let me do anything.

The cause for this is, when i was applying the basis support pack 22, the system was restarted...dont know how it happened. When i switched on the system and tried starting SAP it didnt start initially but came up later on.

I do not know what to do with the ABAP dump also.

i throws message as

SID: System message

work proces restarted ; session terminated

as its my PRD System, guys please help.

regards

Shafeeq

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2013 at 06:18 AM

    Dear All,

    Thanks for your support ,

    Since it was a PRD System , i have raised a Very High Priority msg to SAP ,

    They have logged into our PRD nad solved the Problem.

    Thanks ...!!!!

    Regards

    Shafeeq

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  • Posted on Aug 15, 2013 at 01:57 AM

    Hi Shafeeq,

    Is your patch application completed ?

    If yes, please update the kernel and check the results.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Deepak Kori

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    • Hi Shafeeq,

      Please check in /usr/sap/trans/log & /usr/sap/trans/tmp whether logs file are getting updated.

      If not, then you can restart SAP system. Post restart try to login again and continue with the patching.

      Kernel upgrade can be done once patching is completed.

      Hope this helps.

      Regards,

      Deepak Kori

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