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NW04 Java add-in installation problem

Hi Friends,

I am installing Unicode WAS 640 ABAP + Java system for XI3.0 on Windows/Oracle. I have installed ABAP system successfully. After that I was installing Java add-in on ABAP system. At the step 24 of 27 : Start SAP J2EE Engine, I was getting error like this:

CJS - 20057: Starting J2EE Engine DVEBMGS00 of SAP System XI3 failed: after 21 seconds the state of the engine changed from "stopping" to "stopped

".

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Thanks,

Krishna

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    Posted on Dec 29, 2005 at 02:24 PM

    Did you complete a client copy before java install. The install doc recommends installing java on the copied client.

    Also try note 802600. It may help you.

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2006 at 02:47 AM

    I encountered the same error when installing Java in HP-UX OS. In my case this was due to the support packs on ABAP stack. I installed ABAP and applied recent support packs as part of post-install steps and then started the Java Add-in.

    I re-installed ABAP Central Instance, Database Finalization and created and performed client copy. Thereafter, started Java Add-In. This time, the Java install completed successfully without the CJS-20057 error.

    I hope this approach helps you too!

    Regards

    Raghu Balasubramanian

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