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Error while upgrading ECC6.0 to EHP3 ?

Hi

i am facing an error while installing EHP3 on ECC 6.0

my current level :

SAP_ABA 700 0017

SAP_BASIS 700 0017

SAP_BW 700 0019

SAP_AP 700 0013

all other SAP_APPL , ERECRUIT are on 600 level more then 11

I downloaded the ENH3 FOR ERP6.0 content from market place

I loaded them with SAINT and continued , i removed all other warnings of support package in SAINT by taking appropriate support packages .

Problem: I am getting Test Import errors

1)For EAAPL(60301) ---> error code 08

Function API_RE_CD_GET_CASHFLOW_CN (RECD_API_CONDITION 01) does not fit into the existing function group ((RECD_BAPI_CONDITION 21

2)FOR FI-CA(60301) --->error code 08

Function FKK_DB_LOCK_SINGLE (FKKLOCK_DB 04) does not fit into the existing function group ((FKLOCK 11

3)For ISM (60301) -


> error code 08

Function ISM_SD_RETURN_RELEASE (JKSDRETURN03 01) does not fit into the existing function group ((JKSDRETURN100 01

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2009 at 08:27 AM

    Hi,

    Release all objects locked by Transport req. , delete all locks (SM12) , deschedule all scheduled jobs by using report BTCTRNS1, and restart phase.,

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  • Posted on Feb 20, 2009 at 08:35 AM

    Better post this problem on "Sap Enhacement Package setcion, "

    Regards,

    Subhash

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    • Former Member

      My solution is below

      I loaded STMS and observed requests and their statuses

      I founded that some of the requests had had red status

      I tried to load them and the operation was si]uccessfull

      After than I continued loadin with SAINT and all was done good

      Edited by: p599202 on Oct 9, 2010 7:05 PM

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