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System copy import error

Hi,

Iam doing OS/DB migration from ECC6.0 Sr3 IBM/AIX + Oracle 10.2 to Windows2003+ MS SQL2005, during import state

SAPInst i choose the system Copy -> MS SQL -> Target system installation -> Central system -> Based on AS ABAP -> Central system. In the running phase: "Post load activities" an error occurred:

Iam getting error

INFO 2009-10-17 13:14:43.153

Output of D:\usr\sap\PRD\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\dipgntab.exe -rwr40 -srctt DDNTT -srctf DDNTF -dsttt DDNTT -dsttf DDNTF -ttonly TT is written to the logfile dipgntab.log.

WARNING 2009-10-17 13:15:35.370

Execution of the command "D:\usr\sap\PRD\SYS\exe\uc\NTAMD64\dipgntab.exe -rwr40 -srctt DDNTT -srctf DDNTF -dsttt DDNTT -dsttf DDNTF -ttonly TT" finished with return code -1. Output:

ERROR in initialization (can't get R/3-version)

ERROR in initialization (can't get R/3-version)

D:\usr\sap
D00\log\SLOG00.LOG: No such file or directory

rslgwr1(20): rstrbopen cannot open pre-existing SysLog file.

D:\usr\sap
D00\log\SLOG00.LOG: No such file or directory

rslgwr1(11): rstrbopen cannot open SysLog file.

SysLog:iE1020091017131535000000000000 this TTY : 0000 :SCSA 4096

SysLog:hBZA20091017131535000000000000 this TTY :SVERS dblink 1299

I have seen similar issue in sdn some one answerd as The environment variable MSSQL_FORCEOLEDB = 1 has to be set for the userID performing the installation

My installation user id ' sapinstall ' and i already set environment variable and system variable MSSQL_FORCEOLEDB = 1 . But no result.

I have to finish this activity this week end. So if any one experianced similar issue then please adress asap.

- John

Former Member
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