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Activate inactive runtime objects - Transport Error

Hello,

I have recently upgraded my oracle from 9.2.0.8 to 10.2.0.4.

I am facing issue with a transport.

When i import the request in the production server and check the logs the following message appears

Activate inactive runtime objects 17.09.2008 11:48:14 (8) Ended with errors

Feedback after export or import 17.09.2008 11:48:34 (0) Successfully Completed

Activate inactive runtime objects 17.09.2008 11:53:54 (8) Ended with errors

Feedback after export or import 17.09.2008 11:54:14 (0) Successfully Completed

Activate inactive runtime objects 17.09.2008 12:15:33 (8) Ended with errors

The sap version is 4.7 and the kernal is 640 on windows server 2003 enterprise edition.

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2008 at 09:41 AM

    Hi Siddhartha,

    note the request in the earlier versions and goto SE09/10/01, enter the change request and display. here you find the main request num expand it and double click on subrequest, if you find the programs select them and activate and if you want to unlock the objects, goto SE01 select unlock objects and enter the objects, execute it.

    Thanks & Regards,

    prabhu kishore reddy.

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