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ST-A/PI Update

Hi Experts,

When importing Addon ST-A/PI using SAINT i got the error in step ADD_SYNCMARKS .

Error in step: ADD_SYNCMARKS

Error reason: CANNOT_SET_SYNCMARK

Return code: 0200

Error message: ERROR see tp'' s stdout (standard out may not available)

I thought of deleting the queue , so i chose BACK and gave yes and I try import again still giving the same error

Please help me in solving this issue

Here is error logs:

STOP imp single DR2 0004 20110228123028 TMSADM sapadr102 20110228123016090

START INFORM SAP-SYSTEM OF DR2 Q 20110228123028 TMSADM sapadr102 20110228123016090

START tp_getprots DR2 Q 20110228123028 TMSADM sapadr102 20110228123016090

STOP tp_getprots DR2 Q 20110228123029 TMSADM sapadr102 20110228123016090

STOP INFORM SAP-SYSTEM OF DR2 Q 20110228123029 TMSADM sapadr102 20110228123016090

INFO: Export of DR2K905575. No buffer entry created for logical system (DR2,202) since it is the logical source system.

START INFORM SAP-SYSTEM OF DR2 Q 20110228123557 JA912667 sapadr102 20110228123547300

START tp_getprots DR2 Q 20110228123557 JA912667 sapadr102 20110228123547300

STOP tp_getprots DR2 Q 20110228123558 JA912667 sapadr102 20110228123547300

STOP INFORM SAP-SYSTEM OF DR2 Q 20110228123558 JA912667 sapadr102 20110228123547300

ERROR: tp_ins_buffer_entry: wrong buffer format, 'DR2' unchanged

ERROR: tp_ins_buffer_entry: wrong buffer format, 'DR2' unchanged

START tp_rm_cntl_mark DR2 20110228213134 A2W1YZZ sapadr101

STOP tp_rm_cntl_mark DR2 20110228213134 A2W1YZZ sapadr101

START tp_rm_cntl_mark DR2 20110228213134 A2W1YZZ sapadr101

STOP tp_rm_cntl_mark DR2 20110228213134 A2W1YZZ sapadr101

ERROR: tp_ins_buffer_entry: wrong buffer format, 'DR2' unchanged

START tp_rm_cntl_mark DR2 20110228215103 A2W1YZZ sapadr101

STOP tp_rm_cntl_mark DR2 20110228215103 A2W1YZZ sapadr101

ERROR: tp_ins_buffer_entry: wrong buffer format, 'DR2' unchanged

Thank you so much for your help.

TJ.

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    Posted on Mar 01, 2011 at 09:41 AM

    Dear TJ,

    This issue can usually be resolved by removing the instance placeholder

    in the buffer folder. Can I ask you to please try the following?

    1. Reset the SAINT queue

    2. Rename file /usr/sap/trans/buffer/<sid> as

    /usr/sap/trans/buffer/<sid>.OLD (The system will create a new <sid> file next time it needs it)

    3. Apply the add-on again.

    ...

    This should allow you to restart the SAINT transaction and implement the add-on.

    Kind Regards,

    Abhishek

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    Posted on Feb 28, 2011 at 11:20 PM

    Could be issue with your buffer file in /usr/sap/trans/buffer. Try renaming it and try.

    Thanks,

    Naveed

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  • Posted on Mar 01, 2011 at 09:21 AM

    Try using the latest TP and R3TRANS, then try again.

    Regards

    Juan

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2016 at 05:23 AM

    In my case,

    Went to STMS --> Import queue and few transport were missing target client. Once i set, restarted import SAINT. Went without error.

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