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FSL-6002 ERROR 216 while perfomring installation SAPinst nw2004sr1

Hi, im getting the next error while installing an application instances on windows32

to has to connect with a central instance on windows 64

ERROR 2009-09-17 11:11:16

FSL-06002 Error 216 (Unknown, try 'net helpmsg <Nr>') in execution of a 'CreateProcess' function, line (278), with parameter (D:\usr\sap\BWP\D01\exe/sapstartsrv.exe ...).

please help me out

Regards

Daniella

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2009 at 06:01 PM

    Daniella,

    Are you installing a 32 Bit App server for a 64 bit CI ??

    Pravin

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2009 at 06:02 PM

    yes thats right

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      I applyed the note 785888 that says that when you install mixed environment you got to make sure that in the SAPinst installation screen ABAP System > Instance Directories, where you are asked for the "Location of SAP System Executable", you choose "Yes, locate executables on central instance host", before choosing "Next".

      I do this and now i have the next message

      ERROR 2009-09-21 12:31:44

      MOS-01011 'D:\usr\sap\BWP\D01\exe/sapstartsrv.exe' returned with '-1'.

      dou you know what it means

      Thanks

      Daniella

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