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Load Table Size -> ABAP: CNV_TDMS_13_SHELL_LOAD_SIZE

Hi again

and now the next problem i don't now maybe i m to stupid ......

i debugging and the problem is

LV_DIR_NAME = IM_DIRECTORY.
  CLEAR ET_FILE_LIST[].
  CALL FUNCTION 'RZL_READ_DIR_LOCAL'
       EXPORTING
            NAME      = LV_DIR_NAME
       TABLES
            FILE_TBL  = ET_FILE_LIST
       EXCEPTIONS
            NOT_FOUND = 1
            OTHERS    = 2.
*
  CASE SY-SUBRC.
    WHEN 0.
      IF NOT IM_FILE_MASK IS INITIAL.
        CONCATENATE '*'
                    IM_FILE_MASK
                    '*' INTO IM_FILE_MASK.
*
        DELETE ET_FILE_LIST WHERE NOT NAME CP IM_FILE_MASK.
*
      ENDIF.
      IF ET_FILE_LIST[] IS INITIAL.
        RAISE NOTHING_FOUND.
      ENDIF.

LV_DIR_NAME E:\EXPORT\DB\MSS

SY-SYSID P01

IM_FILE_MASK .EXT

ET_FILE_LIST[] Standard Table[0x2(84)]

ET_FILE_LIST .. 0000000000

no entry why al the other steps works now..

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  • Posted on Mar 18, 2009 at 04:47 PM

    You may need to copy the .EXT files to <yourinstallationdirectory>

    Markus

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    Posted on Mar 18, 2009 at 05:53 PM

    Hi

    The solve the below issue I am assuming the following -

    1) You are on a basis 7.0 release or higher

    2) Exports step is over and when you execute the step load table size you get the error for ex. empty dir list (or something related to missing files)

    One of the issue could be that for release 7.0 or higher sometime the export process creates the .EXT files in the installation directory instead of the the exports directory, but the shell process searches for them in the exports directory. So to solve the current issue we suggest that you try to locate the EXT files in the installation directory and then copy them to your exports directory i.e. E:\EXPORT\DB\MSS for your case.

    I hope this solves the issue.

    Regards

    Pankaj

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    Posted on Mar 19, 2009 at 02:34 PM

    it works " a Child is born....."

    thanks all for help

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      Hi

      Yes sure, we had start first SAPINST and not the SAP R3load who was in the Guide ,after these we found it.

      Now my colleges had some trouble with the "double stack" ABAP and Java but the time is on our site :-).

      Thanks

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    Posted on Mar 20, 2009 at 11:34 AM

    i was to optimistic

    we woul like to import now the files but we have following problems:

    I:SAPINST>"C:java injava.exe" -showversion -Xmx1024m -cp "..;.migmon.jar;.
    activation.jar;.mail.jar" com.sap.inst.lib.app.SecureStartup "-Xmx1024m" com.s
    ap.inst.migmon.imp.ImportMonitor -dbType mss
    java version "1.4.2_17"
    Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.4.2_17-b06)
    Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 1.4.2_17-b06, mixed mode)
    
    Loading of 'SAP0000' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPAPPL0' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPAPPL1' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPAPPL2' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPCLUST' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPDDIM' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPDFACT' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPDODS' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPPOOL' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPSDIC' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPSDOCU' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPSLEXC' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPSLOAD' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPSPROT' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPSSEXC' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPSSRC' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPUSER' import package: ERROR
    Loading of 'SAPUSER1' import package: ERROR
    
    Import_monitor.log
    Einträge für alle Pakete sehen so aus:
    
    ERROR: 2009-03-20 12:25:16 com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask run
    Loading of 'SAPUSER1' import package is interrupted with exception.
    java.io.IOException: CreateProcess: R3load -ctf I I:EXPORTABAPDATASAPUSER1.STR I:SAPINSTDDLMSS.TPL SAPUSER1.TSK MSS -l SAPUSER1.log error=2
                    at java.lang.Win32Process.create(Native Method)
                    at java.lang.Win32Process.<init>(Win32Process.java:68)
                    at java.lang.Runtime.execInternal(Native Method)
                    at java.lang.Runtime.exec(Runtime.java:566)
                    at com.sap.inst.lib.io.ProcessUtils.createProcess(ProcessUtils.java:28)
                    at com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask.createTaskFile(LoadTask.java:522)
                    at com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask.processPackage(LoadTask.java:273)
                    at com.sap.inst.migmon.LoadTask.run(LoadTask.java:192)
                    at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:534)
                    at com.sap.inst.lib.util.ThreadDispatcher$ThreadWrapper.run(ThreadDispatcher.java:113)
    u2026
    WARNING: 2009-03-20 12:25:46
    Cannot start import of packages with views because not all import packages with tables are loaded successfully.
    
    WARNING: 2009-03-20 12:25:46
    18 error(s) during processing of packages.
    
    INFO: 2009-03-20 12:25:46
    Import Monitor is stopped.

    know somebody what we could do now ?

    Thanks in advance

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