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WebAS 6.20: startuperror : ID000546: Error instancing frame class of a cor


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I am installing the web middlewear for CRM IDES 4.0 SP4. SAP deliver e-selling scenario (based on 6.20 webas) in a sar file and all I have to is unzip it into a directory and start the j2ee server. Dispatcher starts fine and when starting the server I am getting the following error:

OS: w2k

SAP J2EE Engine Version 6.20 PatchLevel 67440.20

login id:j2eeadm.

java version: 1.3.1_15

my jave_home is set.

memory settings seems to be oj with 512.

I don't see any file authorisations issues.

Please help me!

Loading core services:

ID000546: Error instancing frame class of a core service

[ServiceManager]: ID000546: Error instancing frame class of a core service



at com.inqmy.frame.core.load.ReferencedLoader.loadClass(

at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClass(

at com.inqmy.frame.core.load.ReferencedLoader.loadClass(

at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadClassInternal(

at java.lang.Class.forName0(Native Method)

at java.lang.Class.forName(

at com.inqmy.core.service.container.ServiceWrapper.start(

at com.inqmy.core.service.container.MemoryContainer.startSingleService(

at com.inqmy.core.service.container.MemoryContainer.startCoreServices(

at com.inqmy.core.service.container.AbstractServiceContainer.init(

at com.inqmy.core.Framework.loadSingleManager(

at com.inqmy.core.Framework.loadManagers(

at com.inqmy.core.Framework.start(

at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Native Method)




Starting core service monitor ... done.

Starting core service file ... done.

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  • Posted on Feb 28, 2005 at 12:05 PM

    Hi Srini,

    The dbms.jar file in <server>/services/dbms directory is missing or corrupted. Get a new version of the sar file or check for insufficient disk space (in case extraction has failed).

    Best Regards: Iavor

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