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No active server exists (WAS 6.20 SP 24 on XP)

I've tried posting this message before, unfortunately i didn't get any helpful replies. This is preventing me from editing BSP apps; if anyone knows the solution to this I'd be happy!

Here we go: I extended my miniWAS 6.20 for another 90 days (not the first time), and now, whenever I try to save a program (SE38, SE80...) I get the following message:

'No active update server exists...'

I'm on SP24, whereas an OSS note (699447) points out similar problems after SP28. Anyone experienced similar issues?

Trond

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2004 at 01:42 PM

    Yes I did as well, after doing all my config in RZ10 to make sure everything was there I then found that I need to upgrade past SP28 and for all the nice features in BSP you need to go past SP41 anyway.

    You can check my weblog on how I did it.

    /people/sap.user72/blog/2004/09/06/mini-me-of-webas-620

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2004 at 07:04 AM

    Craig, thanks for your guidance, but I hope you can help me here. TP system is complete, transaction SICK does not give any errors. After SPAM the files get distributed to the correct directories but... SPAM hangs, no support packages get imported. Do you have any guidance? Thanks, Tiest

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