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Migration Unicode ECC6.0 import error ExeFastLoad failed with <2: BCP Commi

Hi all,

I'm doing a migration unicode (ECC6.0 / Windows 2003 / SQL).

The export done on a source server and i'm doing the import on a target server.

During the "import ABAP" phase, an error occured for the package SAPAPPL0-6. Just the import of the table UM4PMDIT failed.

E:\usr\sap\U01\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\R3load.exe -i SAPAPPL0_6.cmd -dbcodepage 4103 -l SAPAPPL0_6.log -loadprocedure fast

(DB) INFO: connected to DB

(GSI) INFO: dbname = "U01QALECC6 "

(GSI) INFO: vname = "MSSQL "

(GSI) INFO: hostname = "QALECC6 "

(GSI) INFO: sysname = "Windows NT"

(GSI) INFO: nodename = "QALECC6"

(GSI) INFO: release = "5.2"

(GSI) INFO: version = "3790 Service Pack 2"

(GSI) INFO: machine = "4x AMD64 Level 15 (Mod 6 Step 8)"

(DB) INFO: UM4PMDIT deleted/truncated

Interface access functions from dynamic library dbmssslib.dll loaded.

(IMP) INFO: ExeFastLoad failed with <2: BCP Commit failed>

(IMP) ERROR: ExeFastload: rc = 2

(DB) INFO: disconnected from DB

What is the content of the table UM4PMDIT?

It seems this table contain the vocabulary. Is this table necessary in the target system? Could i skip the import of this table by setting "ok" in the SAPAPPLO_6.TSK file?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Feb 12, 2008 at 05:40 PM

    > What is the content of the table UM4PMDIT?

    > It seems this table contain the vocabulary. Is this table necessary in the target system? Could i skip the import of this table by setting "ok" in the SAPAPPLO_6.TSK file?

    What I would do is to stop sapinst, take a backup of the keydb.xml, search for all occurences of "-loadprocedure fast" and delete it. Then start sapinst again and repeat that import.

    Are you using the latest R3load and dbmssslib.dll?

    Markus

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