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SAP LaMa Repository for Diagnostics Agent Install /Un-Install 'create problem'


I have succeded to setup repository in SAP LaMA for SAPACEXT & Kernel , but I cant figure out how to do it for "Diagnostics Agent"

I can of cause do it outside SAP LaMa, and I have done that , but i want to have the integration in SAP Lama !

I have done a share where SWPM are located in a directory and have tried many different combination with :

SAPEXE_401-70001625.SAR SAPHOSTAGENT33_33-20009394.SAR SAPJVM8_35-80000202.SAR SMDA720_SP04_1-80003511.SAR

And have done a success install/uninstall in the browser to confirm that its posible to uset his software.

But I cant figure out how to make the repository to SAP LaMa

I have looked here:

Configuring Repositories

What I am missing a a description like in “Configure SAP Adaptive Extentions”

For SAP Adaptive Extensions files, the folder structure must be set up as follows:




The description for RKS kernel are fine as well

any help are appreciated

Best regards

Bent Kirkegaard Nielsen

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  • Posted on Oct 28, 2019 at 12:04 PM

    Hi, Bent, maybe you've solved the problem in the meantime? If not, take a look at how this colleague got the DAA provisioned: Maybe this will help you?

    Please let me know if the article helped you.

    Best regards and good luck,


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