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XI upgrade error: SAPJup Error: START_J2EE_INITIAL

Hi,

We are in the process of upgrade of our XI system from version 3.0 to

PI 7.00 (NW2004s).

Our system having dual stack (ABAP and JAVA). We have successfully

completed all the phase of the PREPARE and JPREPARE. While the Upgrade

phase the ABAP has completed the phase till GETSYNC_MODPROF_FINI and

waiting for JAVA SYNC. But, the Java Upgrade has stopped in the phase

of START_J2EE_INITIAL and not able to start the j2ee engine.

Requested to help us to solve the same.

our system is running on AIX 5.3 and Oracle 10.1.

Java SP19

Thanks,

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 06:08 PM

    Check your enserver version in the following directories:

    /sapmnt/<SID>/exe

    /sapmnt/<SID>/exeU

    I our case the exeU/enserver does not update during the upgrade phase. Updating this file manually the Java was started.

    Actually we have the following doubts:

    P.S.:

    Remember that our upgrade was not finish !!!

    1) Update all exeU files;

    2) Change de SAP profiles redirect de exeU to upgrade directory;

    We're waiting these SAP answers to restart the upgrade.

    Hope it helps !!!

    Luciano

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