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Never ending Jobs during the upgrade

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I'm having one issue and have no idea how to solve this. we're having issue with EWA and SAP support suggested to upgrade the Abap/java stack and during the upgrade process i got DDIC_Activation error and upgrade did stop anyway, because DISP+WORK is running all the time and new jobs are running as well. Is there a way hos to stop this nightmare and do some other tasks that are needed to be executed in order to solve DDIC_Activation issue? Even if I restart the Solman server nothing happens, the same jobs are running in circles...

I'm not Sap basis guy, but need to solve this somehow? reinstall Solman?

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 07:35 AM

    Do you mean you are applying patches? or complete upgrade from 7.x to 7.1??

    no need to re-install. check the logs in SPAM if you are applying patches.

    or for upgrade check the logs in the SUM directory (patch of SUM/abap/log)

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    • SPS04 to SPS10. I found that few programs needs to be executed in order to succeed with upgrade, but when I try to execute these in Se38, then System says that job is still running and program cannot be executed. is there a way how to remove all jobs from the queue ?

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 07:37 AM

    Hi,

    Have you did the ABAP/JAVA stack upgrade using SPAM/SAINT transaction or SUM tool?

    My sincere advice to involve the BASIS consultant to resolve the same.

    Regards,

    Raja. G

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    • Former Member Mikel Makmerphy

      go to OS level and check the latest log files from usr/sap/trans/tmp and attach the log.

      Also check in transaction STMS_IMPORT --> Goto --> Import monitor --> Goto --> display TP system logs and copy/paste the last few entries.

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