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Jun 17, 2008 at 05:02 AM

What is the path to copy third party jars in SAP Server?

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Hi,

My application needs some third party jars. Currently I am making reference to those jars by creating a DC with all the jars. But the deployment of that par is taking more time. So I would to like to copy these jars at the Server directly. So that runtime references can be taken from there.

Currently I am placing the jars at the location C:\usr\sap\J2E\JC00\j2ee\cluster\server0\bin\system. But it is for the cluster..Is there any other location(independent of cluster) for the whole of the server when I can keep all my third party jars???

One more question I am getting the following error while restarting the server after copying all the jars to C:\usr\sap\J2E\JC00\j2ee\cluster\server0\bin\system.

How to get rid of following error??? 😔

[Thr 720] Tue Jun 17 09:50:01 2008

[Thr 720] JControlMSReadMessage: NiPeek() returns -5 NIETIMEOUT

[Thr 720] Tue Jun 17 09:55:21 2008

[Thr 720] JControlMSReadMessage: NiPeek() returns -5 NIETIMEOUT

[Thr 720] Tue Jun 17 10:00:41 2008

[Thr 720] JControlMSReadMessage: NiPeek() returns -5 NIETIMEOUT

[Thr 720] Tue Jun 17 10:06:01 2008

[Thr 720] JControlMSReadMessage: NiPeek() returns -5 NIETIMEOUT

[Thr 720] Tue Jun 17 10:11:22 2008

[Thr 720] JControlMSReadMessage: NiPeek() returns -5 NIETIMEOUT

[Thr 720] Tue Jun 17 10:16:42 2008

[Thr 720] JControlMSReadMessage: NiPeek() returns -5 NIETIMEOUT

Thanks & Regards,

Pradeep