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"connect failed with DBLI_RC_LOAD_LIB_FAILED."

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During Upgrade from R/3 4.6c to ECC6.0 EHP4, we stuck up with this error in the phase '5.Preprocessing'

  • ******* LIST OF ERRORS AND RETURN CODES ******* ************************************************** ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SHADOW IMPORT ERRORS and RETURN CODE in SAPKLDESR1EHP4ERP6X0.DV1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2EETW169 no connect possible: "connect failed with DBLI_RC_LOAD_LIB_FAILED." Long text: Cause R3trans cannot logon to the database. System Response The program is cancelled. What to do In the R3trans log you will find an SQL error number, which gives you the cause of the error. Environment variables not set (or incorrectly set) are the most frequent reason for the error (TWO_TASK or ORACLE_SID/ORACLE_HOME). 1 ETP111 exit code : "12" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SHADOW IMPORT ERRORS and RETURN CODE in SAPKLDESR1EHP4ERP6X1.DV1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2EETW169 no connect possible: "connect failed with DBLI_RC_LOAD_LIB_FAILED." Long text: see above 1 ETP111 exit code : "12"

cmd: 'r3trans -d' shows,

This is r3trans version 6.05 (release 46D - 09.04.09 - 12:39:00).

r3trans finished (0000).

Kindly help us to resolve this issue.

Regards,

Bharathi.

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 02:31 PM

    Hi,

    Check "dbms_type" environment variable has been set.

    Additionally, you can check the note 556232 - Environment settings for R/3/Oracle on Windows

    Best regards,

    Orkun Gedik

    Edited by: Orkun Gedik on Dec 12, 2011 4:34 PM

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 06:20 PM

    also check the environment varialbles ORACLE_SID and ORACLE_HOME as per your log.

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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 02:28 AM

    check your env and path setting, and make sure it could locate dboraslib.dll module (Assuming you're running windows).

    If missing dboraslib.dll, get a copy and extracted from lib_dbsl_xxx.CAR

    Regards,

    Vincent

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    • Now I see this error:

      4 ETW000  [     dev trc,00000]  Oracle Client Version: '10.2.0.2.0', (dbsl 701 170611, UNICODE[2])     13919  0.017130
      4 ETW000  [     dev trc,00000]    Default connection: tnsname ='DV1'                                      53  0.017183
      4 ETW000  [     dev trc,00000]  -->oci_initialize(con=0, char='UTF16', nchar='AL16UTF16', uc_ln=2)        49  0.017232
      4 ETW000  [     dev trc,00000]  Application info callback registered.                                     36  0.017268
      4 ETW000  [     dev trc,00000]  (-) OCIEnvCreate(mode=16384=OCI_UTF16) returned 0 (for default NLS handle

      )

      *** ERROR => Cannot decrypt password I got from table SAPUSER: rc = 16

      I believe oracle client 10.2.0.2 is not supported, please refer to

      SAP note 819829, apply latest instant client and retry.

      and also this could be unicode or non-unicode kernel issue. Please check if you using correct kernel

      Regards,

      Vincent

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