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WAS 6.10 problem

I have a DEMOSYSTEM installation with the following data:

SAP System ID: WAS; Operating System: Linux

SAP Release: 6.10; Database: SAP DB

When I try to create the user DEVELOPER copying it from the user DDIC i get the following error message "system lock administration error" and I can't continue.

Why? I follow step by step the installation notes in the cd rom to create a user for developing.

I notice that when I try to create e new program i get the following error message "Change and Transport System not configured". What it means? What can I do?

Please help me!

I'm waiting for your answer a.s.a.p.

Thank's in advance

Best regards,

Andrea Gigliotti

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  • Posted on Mar 25, 2004 at 11:49 AM

    Did you try just creating a user from scratch..? Or simply using BCUSER (which is also there for 6.10, as far as I remember). Normally, BCUSER is the one designated for development work. I'm not even sure if you can develop with other "home-made" users. You'll need the developer key which is found on www.sap.com/minisap.

    As for the transport system, there should be some info at help.sap.com. The help files should also be available in the 6.10 package if you ordered it from SAPshop.

    Regards,

    Trond

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  • Posted on Mar 26, 2004 at 03:20 PM

    You cannot create a new developer user, but you can use the default BCUSER.

    For configuration of TMS for MiniWAS check this site, it might help you:

    http://www.geocities.com/incho_master/MiniWAS.htm

    Incho

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