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Error After Upgrade PI 7.11 SPS05 to SPS06

Hi expert,

After upgrade our PI 7.1 EHP 1 server from SPS05 to SPS06, short dump in ST22 arise.

error message :

ABAP Runtime Error : LOAD_PROGRAM_CLASS_MISMATCH
Report Name : CL_WSSE_PROCESSOR=============CP

in detail :

Error Analysis :

Section "PUBLIC" of the interface of class "CL_ST_CRYPTO_SCT13" was altered
 during the
program run, resulting in inconsistencies during runtime.
The program "CL_ST_CRYPTO_SCT13============CP" uses the interface version
 20110407204427.
The program "CL_WS_SECURITY_PROTOCOL=======CP" uses the interface version
 20110407204428.
The internal session was started at 20110412123028.

Information on Where Terminated :

Termination occurred in the ABAP program "CL_WSSE_PROCESSOR=============CP" -
 in "APPLY_ST".
The main program was "RSN3CRAWLR ".

In the source code you have the termination point in line 1
of the (Include) program "CL_WSSE_PROCESSOR=============CM00K".
The program "CL_WSSE_PROCESSOR=============CP" was started as a background job.

This short dump happen periodically in one hour. Please help me. What can i do to solve this error?

Thanks

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    Posted on Apr 12, 2011 at 06:43 AM

    Dear Glenn

    Can you please check if the following notes help you.

    1. 552778 Overwriter in program buffer

    2. 351695 Load_Program_Class_Mismatch

    Regards

    Monika

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    Posted on Apr 13, 2011 at 03:38 AM

    I get same problem, somebody can give any suggestion for this problem ?

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