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Can´t find label.asc in sapjvm4

Hi Gurus,

I´m trying to install a Solution Manager.mAs you know, sapinst asks for JDK. I have an Intel Xeon 64bits processor, so in Oracle´s web is it not possible to find jdk 1.4 or jdk1.5.00 for intel 64bits (unless you use Intel Atlon processor). I decided to download the Java JDK (SAPJVM) from SAPS site. The thing is that I am not capable to find the "LABEL.ASC" that sapinst is waiting for....

Any idea about how to continue?

Thanks all,

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    Posted on Jul 09, 2012 at 12:51 PM

    What version of the solution manager are you installing ?

    You install the JDK (Note 1689942 - vendor JDK required for sapinst with install./system copy) from vendor and set the JAVA_HOME and PATH environment variable. Then start the installation .SAPJVM4 cannot be used for installation/system copy. Once you complete the installation , you need to switch from Vendor JDK to SAPJVM4 if the JDK used by SAP is still from the vendor . Incase of NW 7.1 (PI 7.1) and subsequent releases the new installations use SAPJVM by default.

    Download the JDK using the SAP note

    Note 716604 - Access to Oracle J2SE and recommended J2SE options

    The Intel Xeon 64 bit processor is based on x86_64 architecture.

    Also please paste the screen where sapinst is waiting for the input .

    Regards

    Ratnajit

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  • Posted on Jul 09, 2012 at 11:26 AM

    hi Ramon,

    the following link might be helpful

    LABEL.ASC

    check the below thread inwhich user getting LABEL.ASC issue

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/273036

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/324673

    Regards,

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