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Problem in Applying Basis Patch 25 in Mini Was

Hi

I am trying to Install the SAPKB62025 Patch, the patch is processing Upto 20% displying the message as "TP buffer proceessing OK" after that no progress even after 8 hrs, still showing 20% completed, So i stopped the tp Window and i got the prblems as DDIC_Activation.

Can anyone advise me on that.

Thank you in Advance.

Karan

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  • Posted on Sep 22, 2004 at 09:14 AM

    I can. Don't play patches on miniwas, this is a special version that is not intended to be patched and to my lnowledge cannot be patched.

    Regards,

    Benny

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2004 at 05:15 PM

    Craig, Karan, the problem dicussed here is EXACTLY what I am facing. It looks like I do have to perform the Kernel, TP and DB upgrades first. Can one of you guys tell me, which actual files to download? Also if you guys have more detailed information on how to actually perform these various tasks. I hope you guys can give me some more detailed guidelines on how to perform these actual tasks. If documentation would be too much to add in this Forum, please sent me an email to martin.van.gool@accenture.com. Both thanks in advance for sharing you very valuable knowledge. Tiest

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      Tiest,

      You need to download from the Marketplace the "TP" for the Web AS 6.20 System install that (unpack the files to your MiniWAS directory)

      That will let you get from SP25 to SP27 then you will need to download the latest Kernel Release (OS Independent and DB Depenendent)

      This is the same thing I've outlined in my weblog.

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