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Error: Cannot initialize application data. when trying to start JSPM

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I get the an error when trying to open the D:\usr\sap\SLM\DVEBMGS00\j2ee\JSPM\go.bat on Windows 2003. I am trying to run the JSPM. Could find much info about the exact problem. Please advice.

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Java Support Package Manager for SAP NetWeaver'04s

SID................: SLM

Hostname...........: gpisolides

Install directory..: D:/usr/sap/SLM

Database...........: Oracle

Operating System...: $(/J2EE/StandardSystem/CentralInstance/J2EEEngineInstanceHost/OpSysType)

JDK version........: 1.4.2_16 Sun Microsystems Inc.

JSPM version.......:

System release.....: 700

ABAP stack present.: true

The execution ended in error.

Cannot initialize application data.

Could not extract value with key SAPSYSTEM from file D:/usr/sap/SLM/SYS/profile/SLM_DVEBMGS00_gpisolides. A possible reason could be that the path to the directory containing the sappfpar executable is not included in the PATH environment variable. Could not start process sappfpar. Error while executing process CreateProcess: sappfpar pf=D:/usr/sap/SLM/SYS/profile/SLM_DVEBMGS00_gpisolides SAPSYSTEM error=2

More information can be found in the log file D:\usr\sap\SLM\DVEBMGS00\j2ee\JSPM\log\log_2008_08_05_15_22_30\JSPM_MAIN_1_01.LOG.

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  • Posted on Aug 05, 2008 at 11:41 AM

    Do you have a file name





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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 05:18 AM

    Thanks Markus.

    Was away for sometime, so couldn't reply.

    Am able to login and continue. Problem was that am logging with administrator user and not <SID>adm.

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