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In our SOLMAN system 7.01 job SM:SERVICE CONTENT UPDATE is getting failed with below job log

Job started

Step 001 started (program RAGS_DSWP_SERV_CONTENT_UPDATE, variant , user ID #####

Problem occured when checking for new updates

Job cancelled after system exception ERROR_MESSAGE

When i checked via T-Code AGS_UPDATE , updates were available but not downloaded hence i downloaded and applied them manually.Again rescheduled this job but got the same dump.

I tried to schedule the progam to run in the background but again it gave the same log.When i am executing program in dialog mode it getting executed successfully (all available updates are downloaded).

So my question is Am i getting this error because all the available content updates i have applied and no more update is available so it is ending in error


Kuldeep Singh

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2011 at 09:26 PM

    Hi Kuldeep,

    Please paste the contents of the dump.

    Try to refer these Notes as well -

    Note 1317901 - Service content update

    Note 1143775 - SAP Service Content Update

    Just to confirm, are you sure that this job is really needed to be executed in your sap solution manager ?


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    • Hello

      Thanks for the looking into the issue.My mistake i updated Dump in place of "JOB" please read it JOB.

      Secondly i have referred both notes already did not found suitable answer and last thing regarding the above mentioned job requirement , Since i just joined here so do not have much idea but asfar as i can understand this job is to update the content of the services enabled in your SOLMAN.I can see Earlywatch services enabled in our SOLMAN and we are not applying higher SP of ST-SER so this job should be required in our SOLMAN system.

      Please correct if i am wrong ?



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