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Jun 30, 2008 at 02:20 PM

Netweaver dispatcher problem

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Hi Netweaver gurus,

I have installed SAP Netweaver ABAP Trial version on XP. When i start server through sapmmc, after some time dispatcher (disp+work.exe) shutsdown. When i try to connect to server i get the following msg:

partnet '127.0.0.1:sapdp00' not reached.

The log from r3trans -d is as follows:

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4 ETW000 r3trans version 6.14 (release 700 - 28.11.06 - 18:05:00).

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

4 ETW000

4 ETW000 date&time : 30.06.2008 - 16:03:53

4 ETW000 control file: <no ctrlfile>

4 ETW000 R3trans was called as follows: r3trans -d

4 ETW000 trace at level 2 opened for a given file pointer

4 ETW000 [dev trc ,00000] Mon Jun 30 16:03:55 2008 100 0.000100

4 ETW000 [dev trc ,00000] db_con_init called 38 0.000138

4 ETW000 [dev trc ,00000] create_con (con_name=R/3) 46 0.000184

4 ETW000 [dbcon.c ,00000] *** ERROR => Invalid profile parameter dbms/type (or environment variable dbms_type) = <undef>, cannot load DB library

4 ETW000 111 0.000295

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

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and the log of sapstart.trc is:

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Starting WebService thread

SapSSLInit failed => https support disabled

Webservice named pipe thread started, listening on port
.\pipe\sapcontrol_00

Webservice thread started, listening on port 50013

myserver is starting R/3 System at 2008/06/30 15:56:13

SAP-R/3-Startup Program

Starting at 2008/06/30 15:56:13

Startup Profile: "C:\SAP\NSP\SYS\profile\START_DVEBMGS00_furtwangen"

Starting Programs

(1724) Execute: C:\SAP\NSP\SYS\exe\run\strdbs.cmd NSP

(3452) CreateProcess: C:\SAP\NSP\SYS\exe\run\msg_server.EXE pf=C:\SAP\NSP\SYS\profile\NSP_DVEBMGS00_furtwangen

(1624) CreateProcess: C:\SAP\NSP\SYS\exe\run\disp+work.EXE pf=C:\SAP\NSP\SYS\profile\NSP_DVEBMGS00_furtwangen

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I have virtual ram 4 GB.

Computer name is less than 14 characters.

It is highly appriciated, if you guys give me hint how can i resolve this problem.

Thanks

Baber