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Errors during UEXPSPAU phase at end of upgrade.

I'm upgrading a system from 46C to ERP 6.0 I've run SPAU and have cleared the objects in SPAU and have flagged my transport for upgrade in SPAU. When I restart the upgrade to finish off I get and error -

ERROR: EXPORT of MIDK900076:

unknown error occurred (internal)

The transport has been released with out errors when I look in the system so I'm not sure why this is happening. The UEXPSPAU.LOG file reads like this -

1 ETQ000 ==================================================

1 ETQ005 EXPORT AND SAVE A TRANSPORT ORDER

1 ETQ001 START time "20091015103937"

4 ETQ430 START reading "umodauto.lst"; in directory "F:\usr\sap\put\bin"

4 ETQ431 "2" entries read

4 ETQ432 read: rc="2"

3 ETQ433 END reading "umodauto.lst"; in directory "F:\usr\sap\put\bin"

3 ETQ031 START EXPORT PROCEDURE for "MIDK900076"

4 ETQ010 fopen F:\usr\sap\put\bin\updatee070.tql w

4 ETQ010 generate TQL Script

4 ETQ010 close F:\usr\sap\put\bin\updatee070.tql

4 ETQ010 running tp execdbscript

4 ETQ401 START export of "MIDK900076"

4 ETQ006 successful

4 ETQ402 export: rc="0"

3 ETQ403 END export of "MIDK900076"

4 ETQ463 START version after export of "MIDK900076"

4EETQ101 dunno (internal error rc="-1")

4EETQ464 version after export: rc="-1"

3 ETQ465 END version after export of "MIDK900076"

2EETQ101 dunno (internal error rc="-10")

2EETQ032 EXPORT PROCEDURE: rc="-10"

3 ETQ033 END EXPORT PROCEDURE for "MIDK900076"

I think this might be ok but it would be good if someone could confirm that.

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  • Posted on Oct 17, 2009 at 01:32 AM

    Hi,

    >

    > ERROR: EXPORT of MIDK900076:

    > unknown error occurred (internal)

    >

    what option you choose when you start the upgrade again ?

    Thanks

    Sunny

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