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DDIC_ACTIVATION

Dear All,

i have checked in TRBAT and TRJOB no entries are there.

when i am applying Basis Patch SAPKB70008. Throwing the following Error:

The import was stopped, since an error occurred during the phase

DDIC_ACTIVATION, which the Support Package Manager is unable to resolve

without your input.

After you have corrected the cause of the error, continue with the

import by choosing Support Package -> Import queue from the initial

screen of the Support Package Manager.

The following details help you to analyze the problem:

- Error in phase: DDIC_ACTIVATION

- Reason for error: TP_STEP_FAILURE

- Return code: 0008

- Error message: OCS Package SAPKB70008, tp step A, return code

0008

Regards

SNB

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    Posted on Feb 21, 2008 at 08:25 AM

    Shankar,

    DDIC activation is the first step in the RDD* jobs scheduled by the job RDDIMPDP.

    by refering to your transport request number, go to the directory TRANS>log>ALOG

    here open the file in notepad.

    ALOG gives you details of what went right/wrong for each RDD* step executed during transport.

    This might help. You can also check SLOG but that give only an overview of the import process for a given transport request number.

    Regards,

    Prashant

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  • Posted on Feb 21, 2008 at 10:29 AM

    Hi Shankar,

    Return code 0008 is related to object problem, see the logs and you will find the object name which is stucking the import phase. You can post the error message from SPAM ---> goto ---> import logs/object list/action logs.

    rgds,

    - gaurav

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