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Export System fails in R3load testing database connection

Hello guys,

I am trying to export SAP ECC 6.0 system, but when sapinst tests the database connection, it fails with:

sapparam: sapargv( argc, argv) has not been called.
sapparam(1c): No Profile used.
sapparam: SAPSYSTEMNAME neither in Profile nor in Commandline
/usr/sap/P21/SYS/exe/run/R3load: START OF LOG: 20111108121047

/usr/sap/P21/SYS/exe/run/R3load: sccsid @(#) $Id: //bas/700_REL/src/R3ld/R3load/R3ldmain.c#22 $ SAP
/usr/sap/P21/SYS/exe/run/R3load: version R7.00/V1.4
Compiled Feb 27 2011 22:05:19
/usr/sap/P21/SYS/exe/run/R3load -testconnect

(DB) ERROR: DbSlControl(DBSL_CMD_IMP_FUNS_SET) rc = 20
(DB) ERROR: DbSlErrorMsg rc = 20

/usr/sap/P21/SYS/exe/run/R3load: job finished with 1 error(s)
/usr/sap/P21/SYS/exe/run/R3load: END OF LOG: 20111108121047

However, if I execute the same command on oraSID user, it works fine. So I don´t understand where is the fail.

I have configured this environment variables on root user, which runs sapinst command:

export SAPINST_JRE_HOME=/opt/java1.4/jre
export dbms_type=ORA
export DBMS_TYPE=ORA
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/oracle/SID/102_64/lib

Anyone can help me?

Thanks in advanced.

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2011 at 04:57 PM

    Hi,

    Did you try to repeat the phase?

    Thanks,

    Siva Kumar

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Facundo,

      When I had same issue long back, I have installed latest R3load and restarted export process from the scratch. It worked for me.

      Is there any log with name R3load.log created under installation directory? If yes, please review that log, you may get some clue.

      Thanks,

      Siva Kumar

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