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CJS-00081 Assertion failed: in function InstallationScript_212()

Hi,

I am trying to install WAS6.4 Sneak-Preview on win2k sp4 (Terminal), J2SE1.4.2_05 and every fresh installation is failing in the "MaxDB Database Installtion" phase with the following error message.

ERROR 2005-06-13 19:45:56

CJS-00081 Assertion failed: in function InstallationScript_212() { var installer = new Installer(); var kdb = new KeyDB(); var context = new Context(); var gui = new Gui();

Any pointers related to this type of failures would be of GREAT!! Help..

Thanks in Advance

Atul

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2005 at 03:20 PM

    H Atul

    are you using SP9 version of SAP Was?

    what is your machine configuration

    Also You need to remove the MAX DB form the Add/remove programs and then restart your PC

    and then go for fresh reinstallation

    Tell me if you face further problem

    sai

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      Thanks for the response sai..

      i managed to resolved this particular issue (it was because one of the NT service was not running)

      However now the Installtion is hanging at one particular point "MaxDB Database Installation" (phase 5) the last few lines in the "sapinst.log" file are as follows:

      -


      installation of MaxDB Webtools finished successfully We, Jun 15, 2005 at 201841

      INFO 2005-06-15 201844

      The service 'XServer' started successfully on host 'Local'.

      INFO 2005-06-15 201852

      The service 'SAPDBWWW' started successfully on host 'Local'.

      INFO 2005-06-15 201859

      Working directory changed to Csapdbprogramspgm.

      INFO 2005-06-15 201859

      Working directory changed to CProgram Filessapinst_instdirNW04SR1WEBAS_JAVACENTRALONE_HOST.

      INFO 2005-06-15 201902

      Working directory changed to Csapdbprogramspgm.

      INFO 2005-06-15 201902

      Working directory changed to CProgram Filessapinst_instdirNW04SR1WEBAS_JAVACENTRALONE_HOST.

      installation of MaxDB Webtools finished successfully We, Jun 15, 2005 at 20:18:41

      INFO 2005-06-15 20:18:44

      The service 'XServer' started successfully on host 'Local'.

      INFO 2005-06-15 20:18:52

      The service 'SAPDBWWW' started successfully on host 'Local'.

      INFO 2005-06-15 20:18:59

      Working directory changed to C:/sapdb/programs/pgm.

      INFO 2005-06-15 20:18:59

      Working directory changed to C:/Program Files/sapinst_instdir/NW04SR1/WEBAS_JAVA/CENTRAL/ONE_HOST.

      INFO 2005-06-15 20:19:02

      Working directory changed to C:/sapdb/programs/pgm.

      INFO 2005-06-15 20:19:02

      Working directory changed to C:/Program Files/sapinst_instdir/NW04SR1/WEBAS_JAVA/CENTRAL/ONE_HOST.

      -


      My current System Configuration is as follows:

      - MS Windows Server 2003 (Enterprise Edition)

      - RAM 1 GB

      - Pentium 4 2.4 Ghz processor

      - 1.4.2_05 J2SE

      And i have used both the Installation currently available on SDN site viz.

      a)SAPinst_SP_WAS640.exe

      b)WebAS640SP9.zip

      I have also tried on m/c having Windows 2000 SP4 OS with 2GB of RAM without any success.

      I even tried options such as "cancelling" the Installation and resuming it later without any success.

      Though the installtion is hanging for MaxDB however it was succefull when tried with MS SQL-Server2000.

      Can somebody provide any pointers in resolving this issue?

      Thanks in advance..

      Atul

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