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WEB AS 620 Testdrive

Hello together,

I?ve installed the WebAS 620 Demo on WinXP and everything worked fine. But during a new-installation (because of some mistakes) there is an abort on 36%. The messages are:

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INFO 2004-02-07 09:30:13

Starting VSERVER

18638 ERROR: XSERVER has stopped unexpectedly, (view 'Application Event Log')

ERROR 2004-02-07 09:30:14 ADAXSERVER_NT_ADA ExecuteCheck:0

Exit code from C:sapdbprograms inx_server.exe: 254.

ERROR 2004-02-07 09:30:14 ADAXSERVER_NT_ADA InternalInstallationDo:0

Phase failed.

ERROR 2004-02-07 09:30:14 ADAXSERVER_NT_ADA InstallationDo:0

Phase failed.

ERROR 2004-02-07 09:30:15 Main 🤯

Installation aborted.

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The problem seems to be on the xserver. If I start the serv.exe there are the following messages: (serv.exe -D 8)

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19705 INFO: Loading default TCPIP-DLL, ( 'sqltcp.dll')

19707 INFO: WINSOCK: 2.0, SQLTCP-DLL: 7.3.1

19751 INFO: XSERVER started, 'NT/INTEL 7.3.0 Build 028-000-087-417'

19722 INFO: Service port is 7210

19722 INFO: Service port is 7200

19725 INFO: Listening on socket 2500544

19726 INFO: Accepting ...

18353 ERROR: EXCEPTION:0xc00000fd Addr:0x1001afd7

19747 INFO: XSERVER aborting,

(view diagnostic file: 'C:sapdbdatawrkxserver.prt')

19752 INFO: XSERVER stopped, 'NT/INTEL 7.3.0 Build 028-000-087-417'

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Has anyone an idea?

Thanks in advance

Joerg

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2004 at 12:00 PM

    Hi Joerg,

    basically I have no idea, but is there any hint in the file 'C:\sapdb\data\wrk\xserver.prt' ?

    Perhaps some ports are blocked or users already exist from your former installation ?

    Best Regards, Astrid

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  • Posted on Feb 11, 2004 at 03:09 PM

    did you deinstall the complete thing before reinstalling?

    This definitely has to be done.

    Regards,

    Benny

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2004 at 12:52 PM

    Hi Joerg,

    I'm having exactly the same problem. Did you find a solution yet? I de-installed everything (directories, services, registry) but am not able to install.

    Please let me know what worked for you.

    Edwin

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2004 at 01:42 PM

    Hi Edwin,

    Ouch! That looks serious.

    I've skipped the 6.20 installation and went from 6.10 to the shortlived 6.30 version.(still has it). But I hope a little light may help.

    If I had an error like yours the first place I would clean are files on System32\drivers\etc. 7210 and 7200 should be appropriately named on the 'services' file.

    (If you are installing clean then these services shouldn't be there in the beginning)

    It sounds like a networking error though - judging that it failed on the socket step. If you are on a standalone computer on an xp... On 6.3 it needed the MS Loopback adapter properly installed (it should appear connected/enabled on your network connections under 'Lan/High Speed Internet') before the setup with its own IP/Subnet mask.

    Other than that... trying 6.4 would not be a bad idea.

    I always like that eager sensation when a new CD arrives. Like early Christmas. 😊

    Goodluck!

    Wilbert Sison

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    • Former Member

      I have a 6.20 but didn't try installing it as I have access at work.. I was looking for a 6.40 CD. Any Idea where I can get. I see a Demo/trial version ( 90 days ) on SDN. But i was looking for a CD..

      Thanks

      'Shay

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2004 at 01:48 PM

    Another : a few services sometimes go slow and sometimes fail on deployment - that is if you only have the base required memory and pc spec. more memory seems to solve a lot of these issues.

    again... g'luck mate.

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