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XPRA_EXECUTION Error when importing SP SAPKA62026

This is the job log:

Date Time Message

12.01.2005 18:08:02 Job started

12.01.2005 18:08:02 Step 001 started (program RDDEXECL, variant , user ID DDIC)

12.01.2005 18:08:02 All DB buffers of application server laptop were synchronized

12.01.2005 18:08:03 Function module PCA_MASTER_WRITE_DOCUMENT does not exist

12.01.2005 18:08:03 Saved

12.01.2005 18:08:03 No update server found for context :E:

12.01.2005 18:08:03 Job cancelled

The error message regarding the update server seems familiar for some reason.

Anyone have any ideas?



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    Posted on Jan 12, 2005 at 07:45 PM

    Ian, did you bring your system completely down and retried loading this SP, SAP's ways are sometimes misterious? Second, did you load SP SAPKB62026 successfully first? Thirdly ensure the parameters I had ask you to check in your SPAM question have been set as below:

    rdisp/wp_no_dia = 2

    rdisp/wp_no_btc = 2

    rdisp/wp_no_spo = 1

    rdisp/wp_no_vb = 1

    rdisp/wp_no_enq = 1

    Be aware this will impact the load on your machine but that should not be an issue. You can close the other thread so we can use this one to continue your venture in the MiniWAS world. Tiest

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      Congrats Ian, I have to give some credits to Craig though who went together with me through a similar process. I will keep an eye on the Forum in case you run into new issues.

      By the way the updating of these PFL-files can be done by determining the correct parameter (tcode: SMICM) and update/changed using RZ10/RZ11.

      Good luck, Tiest

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