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Problem in SAINT with updating PI_BASIS 2006_700

Dear All,

I have a system ECC 6.0 with OS Windows 2003, oracle 10.2g as Database.

I wanted to installed Croatian language in my system when uploading from SMLT it showed me that the system need PI_BASIS 2006_700 whereas my system is having PI_BASIS_2005_700 with patch

SAPKIPYJ7G PI_BASIS 2005_1_700: patch 0016

But from T-Code SPAM, PI_BASIS 2006 u2018s patch

SAPKIPYM01 PI_BASIS 2006_1_700: patch 0001 is in yellow state.

I have downloaded the SAPKIPYM01 patch from service market place and from t-code saint tried to update but it is running from last 6 hrs.

Last log file (E:\usr\sap\trans\log), generated 4 hrs ago.

Something might have gone wrong, that is why I have stopped it in IMPORT_PROPER step.

From SPAM it shows updated component PI_BASIS 2006_700 from PI_BASIS 2005_700 and its patch SAPKIPYM01 (2006)is in red color (cancel)

How to recover from it?

From saint the component showing

SAPKINBC9A -- installation -


PI_BASIS

SAPKIPYM01 - support package --PI_BASIS

Add-on installation terminated in IMPORT_PROPER step

Now my doubt whether base package of PI_BASIS 2006_700 needs to be updated first from saint then start updating patch??

Please suggestu2026.

Regards,

Souren

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 10:17 AM

    The language DVDs are on a specific service pack level, namely that, you installed the system initially.

    If you e. g. installed ERP with SR2 then you will have the languages patched up till SP9. If you meanwhile installed higher service packs you would need to

    - import the language in client 000

    - import the language dependent parts of all support packages you installed since initial installation (in client 000)

    - substitute the "missing parts" in client 000

    - refill you production client

    I highly suggest using the language DVD from the same set you initially installed the system.

    Markus

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 11:55 AM

    Hi ,

    Would suggest to repeat the import queue .

    Also are you also updating the SAP_Basis & SAP_ABA components as well..or this is the only one that you are upgrading (PI_Basis) ?

    Please check it's compatibility ( SP level) with the SAP_Basis & SAP_ABA components.

    Also before you rerun the import , please check the following settings :

    Tcode > SPAM >Extra-->Settings

    Check for the following :

    Import Queue :

    Click Standard --> Import Mode : Downtime - Minimized

    Click Create New data file

    Click Delete Data File after Import

    ABAP/Screen Generation :

    Never

    Also do not include Adjustment Transports in Include Modifiaction Adjustment Transports & do SPDD / SPAU modifications later after import.

    Also ,

    Click SPAM > Extras >Ignore test import errors

    Then please rerun the import.

    Thanks

    Soumya

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 12:02 PM

    Hi Souren,

    Lot of archivelogs are generated while you are carrying a sp upgrade.

    Please check the saparch directory has enough space in it or else it will hang.

    Soumya

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