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SAP NetWeaver 7.4 SR1 AS Java install error in Install Java Engine phase


I am doing my first installation of SAP NetWeaver 7.4 SR1 AS Java on Windows Server 2008 R2 with Oracle database

I have been following the SAP Installation guide and everything has been going well but I am now stuck with an error in the Install Java Engine phase of the installation.

The error message I am receiving is:

An error occurred while processing option SAP NetWeaver 7.3 > SAP Systems > Application Server Java > Standard System > Standard System( Last error reported by the step: Process call 'C:\usr\sap\E1D\J00\exe\jstart.exe pf=\\sourcing\sapmnt\E1D\SYS\profile\E1D_J00_sourcing -file=C:\usr\sap\E1D\J00\exe\ -nodename=bootstrap -launch' exits with error code 1. For details see log file(s) jstart_bootstrap_J00.log.)

When I check the jstart_bootstrap_J00.log it is empty.

executing that command in command prompt leaves screan clear.

I use java full version "1.7.0_45-b18"

I found quite a similar problem alredy solved but unfortunetly solution don't work for me:

Let me know If you need other log files


Does anyone know what might be causing this error?

Best Regards


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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 01:32 PM


    I believe the phase is trying to start the SAP J2EE system and it fails.

    First check whether the database and Listener are up and running.

    Also check the latest trace files in the C:\usr\sap\E1D\J00\work and C:\usr\sap\E1D\SCS01\work directories.



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