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Upgrade MSA 5.0 SP11 Part 2

Hi all,

yesterday I' ve made the upgrade from MSA 5.0 SP 07 to MSA 5.0 SP11. The upgrade-process was inconspicuous. No error occured. I was so happy!

Now, when I boot the laptop the first error-message occur:

"ARSCentralServer Recovery Error / LockManager Revovery faild..." The second error occur, when I want to login into MAS (DSN: ars_db; User: arsadmin; PW: (blank)): "Login into the persistency layer database failed. Cannot initialize the LockServer component".

The odbc-connection to the ars_db works. The test is successful. I can see the ars_db into the Solution Explorer of the SQL-Server 2000. The firewall is not activ. The SAP-Login Service works. The MARCentralServer doesn't work, but I can start it manually.

On the laptop I have a specific configuration, because MAS and MRS are on the same computer. Besides I have the following prerequisities on the device:

OS: Windows XP SP2, Visual Studio 2005 Pro., .net Framework 1.1, .net Framework 2.0, MS SQL-Server 2000 SP 4, Java SDK 1.4.2_09, Java Runtime Env. 1.4.2_09, Office 2003.

Maybe, anyone has an idea. Thanks in advance.

Karola

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 12:07 PM

    Hi,

    I would suggest to deinstall .net Framework 1.1 since this is not supported anymore for SP11 - see inst doc.

    Regards,

    Wolfhard

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      Hi Wolfhard

      Thanks for your response.

      Meanwhile I have implemented the note 1086921 (MARCentralService Startup issue (5.0So09/5.2SP01/6.0)). And it works.

      The MARCentralService starts automaically and also it is possible to login into MAS. First I was not sure, because this note is for 5.0 SP09, 5.2 SP01 and 6.0 SP00, but obviously it is also applicable for SP11.

      I think this is interesting for all.

      Thanks for your help.

      Karola

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