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New Problem by Installing 64 Bit Java Add-In on ERP 2005

In the 4th step of installation Java Add-In on Central Instance (Execute Service) the Installation stops with:

ERROR 2007-06-04 11:16:35

<html>Profile parameter <em>rdisp/msserv_internal</em> is not set for instance SCS01/HRP on host hrpsap.<p>You have to edit the profile of the instance as specified below and restart the instance.<p>Include these lines in the profile:<p>rdisp/msserv = 0<br>rdisp/msserv_internal = <em>XXXX</em><p>where <em>XXXX</em> denotes a free port number on your machine.<p>For further information refer to SAP Note 821875.</html>

I added the parameter in nearly all versions and profiles ;o)

in the suggestion of SAP to enter it in the DEFAULR Profile the SAP System doesnt start.

Now it is only in the SCS-Instanzprofile:

s387:hrpadm 53> grep msserv *

DEFAULT.PFL:rdisp/msserv = sapmsHRP

HRP_SCS01_hrpsap:rdisp/msserv = 0

HRP_SCS01_hrpsap:rdisp/msserv_internal = 3600

How can I finish the Installation?



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    Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 12:57 PM

    Hi Ulrike,

    It looks as if you have set rdisp/msserv_internal to port 3600. I doubt whether that is free as it is the port for instance 00. I didn't set that parameter when I did a recent Java addin, but try setting it to 3620, for example. Assuming, of course, that you don't have any instances installed against 20.



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