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Database error -444 at EXE

SQL0444N Routine "SAPQAS".DB6PMCF" (specific name "SQL081016152645900") is implementedwith code in library or path "\db6pmcf", function 'Db6pmcf" which cannot be accessed. Reason code : "4". SQLSTATE=42724 row=1

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    Jun 29, 2010 at 08:58 PM

    Erna,

    Did you perform a system copy recently? I have seen this error when the UDF function library path is incorrect. Go to transaction db02 -> configuration -> monitoring settings.

    Check the "location of user defined function library path" is correct. This should be /usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/exe/run .

    If this is not correct, make the correction, hit save and then "test" to make sure that the right library path is reloaded.

    - Sameer

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    • Former Member

      Our SAPRouter was setup on Suse Linux. It was configured, certified, authenticated and running. We're able to access sapserv2 but we could not proceed sending larger files to SAP as we do not know yet how to.

      Please provide us the command and procedures on how to send larger files via SAPRouter.

      Thanks,

      Erna Bolos

  • Jun 29, 2010 at 11:52 AM

    Hi,

    Root cause of this issue is due to the function "Db6pmcf" which cannot

    be accessed by those users that are entered in the DBA Cockpit.

    Please firstly download and apply the latest library db6pmudf from SAP

    Service Marketplace. This library is part of the DB6-specific SAP

    ABAP kernel (SAPEXEDB.SAR).

    Pls assign the authorization to execute the functions to the relevant

    users that are entered in the DBA Cockpit for the database connection on

    the monitored database. Specify the following commands for this

    purpose:

    db2 "grant execute on saptools.db6pmcf to <user>"

    db2 "grant execute on saptools.db6pm_lst to <user>"

    Please also check SAP notes:

    978319 DB6: Incorrectly cataloged table functions

    1238617 DB6: SQL0440N in SM21: DB6PM_LST not found

    334777 DB6: Missing user-defined functions

    Regards,

    Paul

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