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Importing SCAs using CMS - Transport Studio

I finished NWDI installation - AS Java, DI usage types using SAP Netweaver 2004s, SR2, MS Sql Server. Applied the required templates using template installer.

I am trying to import SCAs using Transport Studio for the first time. I see the following error in the /CMS/log/*Repositoryimport.log:

Info:Step Repository-import ended with result not needed.

I tried with all the SCA's like SAPPCUI_GP, SAPJEE, SAPJTECHS, SAPBUILDT, SAPESS, SAPMSS.

When I patched from SP9 to SP11 I did apply SAPJEE,SAPJTECHS and SAPBUILDT with SDM.

Any help appreciated.

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    Posted on Jun 20, 2007 at 05:17 PM

    not sure what you are asking for but . of u import SAPJEE, SAPJTECHS, SAPBUILDT you get the below error since these files are archives only there is no source code to import to DTR/repository

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    • Hey guys,

      there is nothing to worry about. All your NWDI works as designed.

      The message you state just means that this source code is already known in your DTR and that it is not imported again. This can be that the SC was already imported into another track using the same DTR.

      As I see you are modifying ESS/MSS, which is quite a big package. As the component PCUIGP is the base component on which ESS/MSS is build on, an import of this component will take some time, even if there's no new source to import. As each import will result in a rebuild of the imported DCs, the whole PCUIGP DCs will be rebuild. This will then trigger the rebuild of the entire ESS/MSS packages, as they are based on PCUIGP.

      So check your CBS if there are still running processes in the buildspace where you imported the SC. Depending on the performance of your NWDI this can take some time (several hours). So sit back, relax, and do something else.

      And for the future: whenever planning a re-import on a ESS/MSS track, try to do it just before leaving in the afternoon, or do not expect it to finish that soon.

      Best regards,

      Timo

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      Timo Renner

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