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problem with patch SAPKB70012

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i was trying to import patch sapkb70012. its just hanging and the background job is finishing with in 2 minutes. our platform is hpux- oracle. i heard there is so much problem with sapkb70012 . so i kept all of them in bunch . but still the problem is there .

can some body give some suggestions how to make them work

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 11:56 AM

    Hi Akhil,

    Kindly paste the logs.

    Regards,

    Rahul.

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 12:14 PM

    Hi,

    I think you got the same Error in Test import Phase ....

    "Symptom: If you import Basis Support Packages SAPKB70009 and SAPKB70012 together in a queue, the TEST_IMPORT step returns an error for Support Package SAPKB70012. The test import log of SAPKB70012 contains the following error message:

    Function "MEREP_CASCADE_DELETE (MEREP_RUNTIME 42)" does not fit

    into the existing function group "(MEREP_RUNTIME_MASS 02)"

    Solution: You can ignore this error by choosing 'Extras'-> 'Ignore test-import error'. The error will not occur during the later import. "

    Please check the Note 822379 - Known problems with Support Packages in SAP NW 7.0x AS ABAP.

    Regards,

    Sureshram.

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    • Former Member

      Better to follow the prerequsites guide when you are doing SPS upgrades.Better not to keep a bunch of components in queue without reading prerequsite note(guide).It will clearly tell you which components should be in queue.

      Please note :- this is soo important specially for components like BASIS and ABAP.

      Thank you.

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