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Doubt reg. Updating CIM info on SLD

Hi all,

I need to update the Component Repository. I tried importing the latest cim files which I downloaded from the service marketplace. I imported the cimsap file (cimsap14_1-10003379) successfully, but while importing the CR_Content file (CRContent14_0-10003379), I got the following error:

"<b>The content version 2.0 of the full import does not fit to the current content of the target namespace.</b>"

So I cancelled the import.

How do I proceed now? My CIM content is still obsolete.

Regards,

Puloma Chaudhuri

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    Dec 19, 2005 at 09:11 AM

    Puloma,

    Did you try reimporting?

    Regards

    Felix

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Ian,

      I tried to import the Delta file immediately after importing the cimsap file. But I'm getting the following error:

      "The aggregate import does not contain any incremental updates that fit to the current content of the target namespace. Version 1.1 is required."

      What to do?

      Regards,

      Puloma.

  • Dec 21, 2005 at 11:41 AM

    Check the SAP note.There is a note on this in the service market place.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi David,

      The Cimsap file has no entry for the server name in the manifest file. Only the CR_Content and CR_Delta files have them (that too in some versions only- e.g. CR_Content file version 13 has no such entry).

      As for your error, re-import the older cimsap file that you already had. Then try uploading the new CR_Content or CR_Delta file as per your requirement (changing server name, if the entry exists in manifest file). If no error is flashed, as note 669669 says, you can proceed uploading CR_Content file with the older cimsap version.That shouldn't be a problem.

      Regards,

      Puloma.