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SUM error Unable to determine SL Tool Library from path

Running SUM on V7R1 and have error SAPup broke during phase UPLOAD_REQUEST in module PREP_EXTENSION / Extension module

Error Message: Unable to determine SL Tool Library from path '/usr/SUM_TOOL/SUM/abap/SLTLIB'.

Which is indeed true. I tried to download but only find one archive on the SWDC, namely SAPK-200BGINCTSPLUG. Do we have to have SL Toolset? Where do I get it?

Thank you,

-Margie

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2013 at 06:25 AM

    you did already as described in the manual (install and start SUM on IBM-i) ???

    running loadlibs creates a Library (e.g. SAPSLT) and this is added to library list before starting SUM

    chapter 5 , running the SUM

    5.3. starting the SUM

    3.

    To load the update tools, log on to the host on which the primary application server instance is

    running as user QSECOFR and enter the following command:

    QSH CMD('/<update directory>/loadlibs <SID>')

    where <update directory> is the /usr/sap/<SID>/SUM directory.

    N O T E

    The load program creates the update library with the default name

    SAPSLT (corresponds to <TOOLLIB> ).

    N O T E

    If you want to use a different name for the update library, enter the following command:

    QSH CMD('/<update directory>/loadlibs <SID> toollib=<TOOLLIB>)

    4.

    To start the Software Update Manager, log on to the same host as user

    <SID>ADM and enter the following commands:

    ADDLIBLE SAPSLT

    STARTSUM

    ???

    Christoph

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    • Former Member Christoph Ostrop

      *sigh* long day and too many windows open. I must have run it as sidadm because that's who owned lib SAPSLT.

      I stopped the upgrade, deleted SAPSLT, the recreated it as QSECOFR with the copmmand above. Which created the SLTLIB directory under /usr/sap/PMD/SUM.

      Upgrade is running again from point of error.

      Thanks so much,

      Margie

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