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How to apply patch DBSL Patch No. 220 to 24 7

Dear All,

I need to apply patch of DBSL Patch how can i do .Please suggest

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  • Jun 24, 2009 at 02:30 PM

    Read SAP note 400818 - Information about the R/3 Database Library

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    Juan

    Moved to SAP on Oracle

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    Jun 24, 2009 at 02:47 PM

    Hi

    What is your OS ?its just the same process how you apply kernel patch.

    Here you need to uncar DBLS patch and copy those uncar file to rundirectory

    Regards

    Uday

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    Jun 24, 2009 at 03:24 PM

    Kumar,

    You need to download latest DBSL patch from marketplace(service.sap.com/swdc). Normally this is included in the kernel patch, but if you want to upgrade it separately you can upgrade it in the same way as you download the kernel patches, go for database dependent files and the dowload dbsl patch as per the note

    Note 19466 - Downloading SAP kernel patches

    Also check where-i-could-download-dbmssslibdll

    Hope it helps

    Thanks

    Sushil

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    Jun 24, 2009 at 03:25 PM

    Hi,

    You can download lib_dbsl_276_xxxx.sar in case of SAP Netweaver 04. This is the latest DBSL patch available in SAP Service Marketplace at present. Uncar it and copy it in the run directory. If you want to upgrade your DBSL patch to 247 only, you will have to download the database-dependent component of SAP Kernel 247 (SAPEXEDB_247-20000237.SAR), uncar it, collect the dboraslib.dll and dboraslib.pdb files from the uncarred Kernel and copy it in the run directory.

    regards,

    Subhajit.

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    • go get file ib_dbsl_276_*.sar from SAPNET

      stop your SAP system

      copy db???slib.dll to db???slib.dll.bak

      uncompress the downloaded SAR file in your kernel directory.

      restart your SAP system

      good luck.