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SPAM_UI_QUEUE causes a dump

Hi

I have installed the SAPWAS successfully but am having problems importing the transports/SPAM Update and patches. Basically the RDDIMPDP job does not get kicked off automatically, I have to do it manually. I have updated the kernel, tp and sapevt and scheduled the job RDDIMPDP with user DDIC via RDDNEWPP.

After forcing the SPAM update in via the manual execution of RDDIMPDP when I now try to define a queue on the front screen the program dumps.

Any ideas anyone?

Cheers

Ian

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 09:40 PM

    What is the dump?

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      Good luck, they are fun and definately worth while experimenting with. Also have a look at SAPPress and look for a book titled 'BSP Extensions: How to master Web reporting with HTMLB'. Very good as well, exspecially the explanations. Tiest

      By the way, Ian, close this thread so people will use it for their reference by marking the question as solved. Good luck again, and let me know if you need anything (you got my email address).

      Message was edited by: Tiest van Gool

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 10:13 PM

    Can you provide more details regarding the actual dump you are getting? Tiest

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