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May 24, 2009 at 10:35 AM

Problems with installation SAP Netweaver ABAP 7.0

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Hello, can someone give me an adice on installing SAP NetWeaver ABAP 7.0 trial version, please?

After installing the application server and SAP management konsole and stopping the application server following message pops up. The same message pops up after installing SAP GUI and starting the application server again.

Can this be caused by bad installation of MS Loopback Adapter on my Windows Vista?

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============== Stopping System NSP ================

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========= Stopping ABAP instance ====

23.05.2009 15:28:06

Stop

OK

23.05.2009 15:28:16

StopWait

OK

========= Stopping database instance ...

The MaxDB Database Stopper, Version 7.7.04.23

Copyright 2000-2008 by SAP AG

Error! Connection failed to node (local) for database NSP:

-24700,ERR_DBMSRV_NOSTART: Could not start DBM server.

-24701,ERR_EXHNDLR: Could not initialize exception handler.

-24748,ERR_FILEOPEN: Error opening file C:sapdbdatawrkdbmsrv_DATART-PC.err

-24826,ERR_NIERROR: Can not open file 'C:sapdbdatawrkdbmsrv_DATART-PC.err'.

(System error 5; Přístup byl odepřen.)

Error: Error while calling dbmcli

"C:sapdbprogramspgmdbmcli" -d NSP -u , db_offline -nc

============== Stop database failed !

Pokračujte stisknutím libovolné klávesy.

Please see how I installed MS Loopback Adapter:

Download the DevCon compressed file, and then extract the files:

a. Visit the following Microsoft Web site for download: DevCon

b. Save the Devcon.exe file to a folder on your computer, and then open the folder.

c. Double-click Devcon.exe.

d. In the Unzip to path box, type the folder where you want to unzip the files, and then click Unzip.

e. Click OK, and then Close to complete the unzip process.

2. Install the Microsoft Loopback Adapter:

a. At a command prompt, change directory to the folder where you extracted the DevCon files.

b. Change directory to the i386 folder.

c. Type devcon.exe install %windir%inf

etloop.inf *msloop, and then press ENTER. You see output that is similar to the following:

Device node created. Install is complete when drivers are updated...

Updating drivers for *msloop from C:WINDOWSinf

etloop.inf.

Drivers updated successfully.

Can someone help?

Thanks a lot.

Milan