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Error during phase Import Java Dump

I was trying to copy SAP ERP 6.0 on other server. Old system stood on Windows 2003, SQL Server 2005. New server Windows 2008 SP2, SQL Server 2008.

I have got error. In file jload.log:

29.10.10 06:35:05 com.sap.inst.jload.Jload printSQLException

SEVERE: Message: The object of type java.sql.Date with the value '2007-01-08 19:00:00.0' assigned to host variable 5 is not normalized. It must not contain time components in the time zone running the virtual machine.

I found note 915548 - Central note SAP NetWeaver 2004s Rapid Installer for SPS 05

The installation fails in the step "Import Java Dump". After a retry you will find in the jload.log something like this:

25.01.06 15:23:33 com.sap.inst.jload.Jload printSQLException SEVERE: Message: The object of type java.sql.Date with the value '2005-11-14 06:00:00.0' assigned to host variable 5 is not normalized. It must not contain time components in the time zone running the virtual machine.

To avoid the problem change the timezone of the installation host to GMT +01:00 (Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, ...) during the installation temporay.

but this did not help. (old timezone GMT+5)

that to do?

Thread /community [original link is broken] blog /people/sugree.phatanapherom/blog/2005/08/01/a-visual-installation-guide-on-sneak-preview-sap-netweaver-04-java-edition loocked.

Edited by: L. Nemzov on Oct 29, 2010 12:02 PM

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  • Posted on Oct 29, 2010 at 10:43 AM

    Hi,

    Could you describe what action you taken as per SAP Note : 915548

    Thanks

    Anil

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      I change timezone on GMT+1

      Error did not disappear.

      I set status for BC_SL_ACTIVE_PARTS in file IMPORT.sta - OK (old status - ERR.

      in first time thit did not help.

      in second once this helped.

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