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Transport problem between DEV and PRD


I'm trying to transport requests between our Development (BWD) and Production (BWP) systems but a problem occured.

In fact, the request keeps the "truck" status and nothing happen.

Here is the log :

<i>WARNING: System BWP. Warning. 20071109213226 :

ERROR: The following call returned with exit code 12:

ludbs028\sapmnt\put\exe SAP_TRIGGER_RDDIMPDP -t name=BWP

ERROR: Background jobs cannot be started.

ERROR: Please check trace file dev_evt.

WARNING: (This warning is harmless if no further warnings follow.)</i>

The first exit code was 7, but that was a network issue solved right now.

I already tried to schedule a new job with RDDNEWDD program, change parameter in [default.pfl] file...

Find below the TP CONNECT BWP PF=.... result :

<i>HALT 20071112100029

ERROR: SAP-System not installed properly. Systems name (BWP) is different from name in TADIR (BWD)

ERROR: EXIT(16) -> process ID is: 8136

tp returncode summary:

TOOLS: Highest return code of single steps was: 16

ERRORS: Highest tp internal error was: 0233

tp finished with return code: 233


SAP-System not installed properly (HEAD SYST)</i>

Finally, I tried to delete transport routes and configurates it again, the transports doesn't work anymore and when i try to "adjust import queue" ctrl+F6 in STMS, i get this error message : No system found in another group for import queue : BWP

How can i solve this problem ?

Thank you in advance for your help,


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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 08:51 AM

    The sapevet.exe has been renamed to sapevt.bak probably during a patch.

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    Alexandre Belgrand

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