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The problem

A JDI development track has to be updated to the newest SP. To achieve this the SCA files of the new SP have to be imported into the new track. These files are delivered with each new SP by the SAP.

There are two solutions for this issue. Solution 1 is the default one and works almost at all times.
But there are situation when this does not work. I encountered such a situation after the NWDI was updated to a higher SP but I haven´t checked in and activated all my activities (maybe this was a mischange)

Because solution 1 should be quite clear and is well documented this paper mainly describes solution 2, the dirty way.

Solution 2 can also be chosen if you don´t have access to the JTrans/CMS/inbox directory at the server and your administrator is too busy for the next weeks to upload the SCA files there.

Solution 1: CMS Web UI

Solution 1 is the recommended way to update the SCAs. The files must be located in JTrans/CMS/inbox. Then they are checked into the track using the CMS Web UI. Finally they are imported into the development and consolidation system (buildspace).

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Solution 2: CBS command line tool

Preparation

Make iaik_jce.jar available

Set env. variable SAPDEVSTUDIOHOME

The environment variable

SAPDEVSTUDIOHOME

must be set to the eclipse folder of the NWDS installation.

e.g.: set SAPDEVSTUDIOHOME=c:\programme\sap\jdt\eclipse

You can also add this line to the file cbstool_nw.bat. Then you can´t forget setting the variable the next time.

Starting the command line tool

The CBS command line tool is started by calling

cbstool_nw.bat

.

After it is started it prompts :cbs>

Connecting to CBS Server

Download a SCA file

Test the Upload(s)

To test if your upload(s) was/were successfull you can compare the number of DCs in the appropriate compartment(s) before and after the upload. Usually the number grows with each SP.

Please note:

In CMS Web UI you have the possibility to check the system state. If you upload the SCA files using CBS command line tool you will still see the old SP number here.

Leave the command line tool

To leave the command line tool and return to DOS command simply type exit at the CBS prompt.

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Further reading

Help for the command line tool:

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/de/09/c1b5408bbf2f26e10000000a1550b0/frameset.htm

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