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System Copy Error while exporting ABAP

Hi,

We want to system copy. Our platform is SAP Enterprise 4.7 Unicode on Solaris 8 and Oracle 9.2.0.4.

While exporting we have an error like below:

DB) INFO: connected to DB

(DB) INFO: DbSlControl(DBSL_CMD_NLS_CHARACTERSET_GET): UTF8

(GSI) INFO: dbname = "MDT20070711060724

"

(GSI) INFO: vname = "ORACLE "

(GSI) INFO: hostname = "sapmdtst "

(GSI) INFO: sysname = "SunOS"

(GSI) INFO: nodename = "sapmdtst"

(GSI) INFO: release = "5.8"

(GSI) INFO: version = "Generic_117350-12"

(GSI) INFO: machine = "sun4u"

(GSI) INFO: instno = "0020178964"

(NT) Error: AABLG: normal NameTab from 20031007162839 younger than alternate NameTab from 20000323230317!

(SYSLOG) INFO: k CQF : AABLG&20000323230317&20031007162839& rscpgdio 47

(RSCP) ERROR: -


3-

(RSCP) ERROR: code: 64 RSCPECALL

(RSCP) ERROR: Altername NameTab too old

(RSCP) ERROR: module: rscpgdio location: 47 line: 2884

(RSCP) ERROR: TSL01: CQF p3: AABLG&20000323230317&20031007162839&

(RSCP) ERROR: -


.

myCluster (55.16.Exp): 904: received return code 64 from rscpCheckNTTimeStamps.

myCluster (55.16.Exp): 905: suspicious create timestamp of alternate nametab encountered.

myCluster (55.16.Exp): 909: create timestamps of nametab: 20031007162839; alternate nametab: 20000323230317.

myCluster (55.16.Exp): 295: error when retrieving physical nametab for table AABLG.

(CNV) ERROR: data conversion failed. rc = 2

(RSCP) INFO: I18N_NAMETAB_TIMESTAMPS not in env: checks are ON (Note 738858)

(DB) INFO: disconnected from DB

/sapmnt/MDT/exe/R3load: job finished with 1 error(s)

/sapmnt/MDT/exe/R3load: END OF LOG: 20090507145957

How can we resolve this error and we can continue to export operations for SAP System Copy? Please help us about this issue.

Best regards,

Former Member
replied

You're welcome!

For a more step-by-step procedure also check my posting in

OS/DB Migration from Windows to Solaris

(and replace "dll" by "so")

Markus

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