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TP error: connect failed due to DbSL load lib failure

Hi All,

I have prepared Quality system from Production system as System copy.I have upgarded Kernel from 620 to 640 in Quality system.

After Kernel upgrade , Server details are as below

Operating System : windows 2003 IA 64

Database : SQL server 2000 IA 64

Kernel :640 and compiled for 64 bit non unicode system ,

patch number is 43.

SAP : SAP R/3 4.7

Before kernel upgrade , server details are as below

Operating System : windows 2000 server

Database : SQL server 2000

Kernel :620 and compiled for Non unicode system ,patch number

is 1363

SAP : SAP R/3 4.7

I am able to transport request from Development to Quality . But when I try to import request from Quality I am getting error message "Connect failed due to DBSL Load lib failure"

Error message is " connect failed due to DBSL load lib failure

cannot find the DLL dbmssslib.dll in path( K:\usr\sap\NBQ\SYS\exe\run)

problem when loading DB-dependent DLLs."

I have set Environmnet variable ( DBMS_TYPE value as mss) for nbqadm user.

I have seen that dbmssslib.dll file is exist in exe/run path.

Does anyone having an Idea , how to resolve this issue.Pls help me

Thanks in advance

Regards

Venu

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    Former Member
    Nov 20, 2007 at 01:44 PM

    Hi Sai,

    Did you also apply the DB Specific kernel patch ?

    Note that the complete kernel patch consists of several archives. Do not forget to download the archive file with the DbSl DLL from the SQL Server specific directory.

    Regards,

    Siddhesh

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    Nov 20, 2007 at 01:46 PM

    Also found a SAP Note:

    Note 175627 - tp: Test import does not work (load lib)

    Check if its applicable to your system.

    Regards,

    Siddhesh

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