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JSPM fails to start on dual Instance Server

Hi

I try to use JSPM on a host where two SID's for XI (Netweaver 2004s SP9) are installed.

The JSPM for the DEV system can be started.

JSPM for the QA fails with:

Current log directory is I:\usr\sap\Q80\DVEBMGS81\j2ee\JSPM\log\log_2007_11_14_1

5_23_35.

com.sap.sdt.tools.var.FileConverterSaveException: Could not save namespace Jspm

to file I:\usr\sap\Q80\DVEBMGS81\j2ee\JSPM\data\variables\Jspm.xml.

Input output exception has occurred: I:\usr\sap\Q80\DVEBMGS81\j2ee\JSPM\data\var

iables\Jspm.xml (The system cannot find the path specified).

at com.sap.sdt.tools.var.XMLFileConverter.save(XMLFileConverter.java:134

)

at com.sap.sdt.tools.var.VariableAdmin.save(VariableAdmin.java:365)

at com.sap.sdt.tools.var.VariableHandler.save(VariableHandler.java:625)

at com.sap.sdt.jspm.bootstrap.Bootstrap.migrate(Bootstrap.java:440)

at com.sap.sdt.jspm.bootstrap.Bootstrap.main(Bootstrap.java:261)

at Jspm.main(Jspm.java:28)

ERROR: could not update JSPM

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under I:\usr\sap\Q80\DVEBMGS81\j2ee\JSPM\

only following directories are available:

bootstrap

log

tmp

and trc

How do I best fix this for Q80? (yes I use <SID>adm)

BR

Pat

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2007 at 04:58 AM

    hi.

    Are u setting yr env.. variables correctly?

    Thanks,

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2007 at 04:58 PM

    Patrik,

    You are missing quite a few of the JSPM subdirectories. Were you able to complete the install without errors? If you still have the logs from the installation, you might want to check those first.

    Thanks,

    J. Haynes

    Denver, CO

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