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r3trans --> error: BLI_RC_LOAD_LIB_FAILED


I'm having some problems with client copy (sccl) because it can take too much time or it can stuck in one random table. I've the same problem with delete client (scc5).

Please note that the database is MS SQL Server.(Windows 2003).

I've read note 13391 - CC-INFO: Deleting/resetting a client - and I've made the following command file:


Client = 700

Select *

And saved at d:\usr\sap\trans\bin - del700. After runned r3trans from:

d:\usr\sap\ted\sys\exe\uc\ntamd64\r3trans -w d:\usr\sap\trans\bin\del700.log -u 1 d:\usr\sap\trans\bin\del700

However I've the following error (del700.log):

4 ETW000 d:\usr\sap\ted\sys\exe\uc\ntamd64\r3trans version 6.14 (release 700 - 28.11.06 - 18:05:00).

4 ETW000 unicode enabled version

4 ETW000 ===============================================

4 ETW000

4 ETW000 date&time : 15.06.2008 - 16:31:54

4 ETW000 control file: d:\usr\sap\trans\bin\del700

4 ETW000 > Clientremove

4 ETW000 > Client = 700

4 ETW000 > Select *

4 ETW000 R3trans was called as follows: d:\usr\sap\ted\sys\exe\uc\ntamd64\r3trans -w d:\usr\sap\trans\bin\del700.log -u 1 d:\usr\sap\trans\bin\del700

4 ETW000 active unconditional modes: 1

2EETW169 no connect possible: "connect failed with BLI_RC_LOAD_LIB_FAILED."

I've read that I must logon at Win 2003 with <SID>adm or SAPService<SID> - Is this true? Is this enough to solve this error? Do I need to do any thing else? help...

I really need some assistance with this issue.

Waiting for your soonest reply.

Kind Regards

Armando Santos

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 06:37 AM


    You can try with that sidadm,

    I think you are manulally deleteing the client as db level am i right.

    I suggest you using scc5 to delete the client.



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