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On Monday last week I received an email from

Brian Bischof

asking for help with the

SAP NetWeaver 7.0 – Java and ABAP Trial Version on Linux – VMware Edition

. I had already tried to install this software around New Year but struggled with the download of SLES10 SP1 SAP Version  (Where to download SLES10 SP1 SAP Version?) and also a problem with the License Key  (License Key for SAP NW 7.0 – Java Trial Version on Linux – VMware Edition). Brian’s mail triggered me to try it again.

Update: If you are looking for instructions for the “

SAP NetWeaver 7.0 – Java Trial Version on Linux – VMware Edition

” please read the  “

Getting Started Guide

” which was just published.

1 Download & Extract

I’ve downloaded all the files from SDN,

SLES 10 SAP version from Novell

and VMWare Player  (http://www.vmware.com/download/player/). Here is a screenshot of all the required Files:

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I’ve created a sub-folder Readme where I’ve extracted the “VmWare%20ABAP%20and%20Java%20Readme%20-%20zipfile.rar” – File. The VMware-player-2.0.3-80004.exe has to be installed as an Administrator. After the VMWare Player installation you have to reboot yur computer. After that I’ve double-clicked the “SAP NetWeaver 70 – Java and ABAP VMware Trial.part01.rar”-File and opened it with WinRAR  (http://www.rarlab.com/). I’ve extracted all the content to the VMWare sub-folder I’ve created before. Please be patient, for me that took about 20 minutes. Then I’ve extracted “SLES10SP1VSAP.rar” also to “VMWare”. Again you have to wait some minutes.

The resulting structure in the folder VMWare looks like this:

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2 Start-up & Login 

Now you can double-click on the File “SLES10SP1_Test_Drive.vmx” to start the virtual machine. At this first start you have to answer this dialog with “I copied it”:

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The boot process will start automatically. After some seconds you will see the boot screen:

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If you want to see what the system is doing in the background you can click into the VMWare window and press ALT + F2. Then the startup console is displayed:

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After the system has booted you can logon with Username “root” (lower-case) and the Password “sap123”:

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3 Install license

3.1 Get hardware key

The SAP Application server is not started automatically. Fist you have to start the “Gnome Terminal” to get a command-line. Please be aware that the keyboard layout is set to “German”. I’ve described how to change that to “English” in Chapter “5.2 Keyboard layout”.

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There you can switch your user-id to using the command “su – n4sadm”.

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According to the Documentation in the Readme we have to determine the Hardware Key of our system by submitting the command “/usr/sap/N4S/SYS/exe/run/saplicense -get”

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 Now goto http://www.sap.com/minisap/  (http://www.sap.com/minisap/) where you can apply for a 90-day license. Fill all the required fields and the system info:

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Some minutes later you will receive a mail with the attached license-key text file.

3.2 Start-up the Application Server

To install the license we have to start-up the Application server. Do that using the command “startsap n4shost” after a while you will get the message, that the Instance was started:

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If you encounter an error saying “Database is not running” during this process try the command “db2start” before you use “startsap n4shost”.

3.3  Prepare license file for import

Now you can minimize the Terminal window to see the desktop. To import the license we have to create an empty file on the desktop by a right-click:

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Name the file “N4S.txt” as the attachment of you license key mail:

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Double-click on the “N4S.txt” file on the virtual machines desktop to open it. Open the “N4S.txt” attached to you license key mail and copy the content to the clipboard. Paste the content into the editor:

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Don’t forget to save the “N4S.txt” file.

3.4 Install license 

Now double-click on the SAPGUI icon on the desktop.

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Choose the N4S system from the list and start the connection by clicking on “Connect”:

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Logon as user “sap*” with password “sapn4sadm”:

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Start the transaction “SLICENSE”:

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Click on the Button “New Licenses”:

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Then click the import button:

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Open the “Desktop” folder in the “Open” dialog:

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Choose the “N4S.txt” file:

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When you’ve done that you should get a sucess message:

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That was the final step. Now logoff and logon as user “developer” with password “developer”.

4 Access the system

4.1 Java Stack

To access the Java Stack of the server you have to use a Web-Browser and access

. When you’ve just installed the license you first have to restart the application server by issuing the command “stopsap n4shost” and “startsap n4shost” from the command-line as user “n4shost”.

4.2 ABAP Stack

If you want to connect to the ABAP Stack from an external system you can use this settings for SAP GUI:

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To lookup the IP address of the Application Server (Anwendungsserver) you can use the terminal window as user root and issue the “ifconfig”-command:

The IP address is displayed behind “inet addr:”. You can download SAP GUI for Windows and Java from ftp://ftp.sap.com/pub/sapgui/  (ftp://ftp.sap.com/pub/sapgui/).</p>h3. 5 Troubeshooting

5.1 Proxy configuration

If you want to access the Internet from inside the virtual machine, you have to reconfigure the proxy settings. Unfortunately they are set for SAP internal use. So if you want to access your license key e-mail via the browser you have to change this settings. Start Firefox:

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Click Edit > Preferences > Advanced Tab > Settings button. Choose ‘Direct connection to the internet’ if you’re using the virtual machine at home behind a NAT-router. In a corporate environment you have to ask your friendly network support guy’s to provide you the right configuration. Also you can look it up from your actual browser you use to read this blog.

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5.2 Keyboard layout

Unfortunately they keyboard in the virtual machine is set to a german keyboard layout. To change this in the SuSE Linux Enterprise Server you have to use the YaST configuration tool:

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Click on the Group “System”. There you will find the “Keyboard Layout”. You have to doubleclick to start the configuration.

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From the “Layout”-list choose “U.S. English”. Click OK to apply this setting.

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Then you have to confirm the setting by clicking “Save”

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Please also notice the next message which indicates that you have to log-off / log-on to apply this settings

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  1. Former Member
    Hello Gregor. I would like to access SAP database DB2 by means TOAD and I have to create a connection from TOAD to SAP database. Can you tell me which port is used to access sap DB2 database ?  Thanks.
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  2. Former Member
    I installed the NetWeaver Java trial on a ESXi server using VMWare Converter.

    Now I’m trying to get my hardware key by executing “/usr/sap/N4S/SYS/exe/run/saplicense -get” as n4sadm.
    I get: “Command not found”
    The reason is that the directory /usr/sap/N4S is missing. I find saplicense at:
    /netweaver/sapmnt/CTB/exe

    Is there only a link missing/broken?

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    1. Gregor Wolf Post author
      Hi John,

      you’re talking about the NetWeaver Java trial on a ESXi. My Blog is about the NetWeaver 7.0 – Java and ABAP Trial Version. I think the ABAP makes the difference and the system names are different. That reflects also in the different path to the saplicense executable.

      Best regards
      Gregor

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    2. Former Member
      Hi John,

      Don’t know if you resolved this problem, however:

      For the trial to work there are two sets of VMs needed. The first is from the SAP and the other is from Novell.

      I ran into the same problem earlier this week. The “Command not found” error was resolved once I downloaded the VM from Novell.

      You will need:

      SAP NetWeaver 70 – Java and ABAP VMware Trial*.rar
      and
      SLES10SP1VSAP.rar. The trial software is from SAP download and the SLES10SP1VSAP is from Novell.

      I hope this helps you get your SAP-VM working.

      Regards,

      Jasper

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  3. Hi Everyone,
      When i try to start the SAP instance use startsap command, i got message: ‘SAPSYSTEMNAME not set’. And i view the file startsap, it seems that i need to set a enviroment variable SAPSYSTEMNAME. Can any tell me how to do that? I have rare knowledge about Linux. Thanks so much!
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    1. Just in case you have not already solved this problem: it works fine for me when i added the hostname after sapstart. Therefore, when i start the SAP system with: sapstart n4shost, it works fine for me.

      Additionally, it is important that the dummy network device is up and running. That could simply be achieved by starting the scrript  /etc/init.d/rc3.d/S99n4shost with the parameter start.

      Hope this helps….

      Greetings
      /Marc

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  4. Former Member
    hello there,

    when i run command to start db2, i get the following error… what can i do to solve this?
    SQL6048N A communication error occurred during
    START or STOP DATABASE MANAGER processing.

    thanks!

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  5. Former Member
    dear all,

    its been 3 months since my 1st installation… and now that the license has expired i requested a new 1 from SAP and was sent through within min’s.

    so after that i run through transaction SLICENSE using user SAP* to install my license. it was a successful installation and the next expiry date is somewhere 2010. however when i try to login again using my previous login i get a license failure. any help please? Thanks.

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  6. Former Member
    HI,

    I have successfully install N4S (java & ABAP). installed license. now from n4sadm user i am not able to set display variables. i am checking my host ID from #ifconfig  and n4sadm>setenv DISPLAY=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:0.0
    but no result. ifconfig command is not working from n4sadm user.
    i want to open JSPM.

    please let me know know how to resolve this issue. please let me know how to set display …from root by default xclock getting pop-up  but not with n4sadm user

    Thanks & Regards,
    satish -k

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    1. Gregor Wolf Post author
      Hi Satish,

      I have not found where I’ve described to use the setenv DISPLAY command. When you’re try to start JSPM on the system locally you should not need it.

      Best regards
      Gregor

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  7. Former Member
    Hi Team,

    I have Vmware(

    While starting the applicaiton server I get below Error:

    n4shost:n4sadm 22> startsap n4shost

    Checking db6 db Database
    ——————————
    ABAP Database is not available via R3trans

    Starting SAP-Collector Daemon
    ——————————
    ******************************************************************************
    * This is Saposcol Version COLL 20.94 700 – v2.00, Intel x86 with Linux, 2007/02/16
    * Usage:  saposcol -l: Start OS Collector
    *         saposcol -k: Stop  OS Collector
    *         saposcol -d: OS Collector Dialog Mode
    *         saposcol -s: OS Collector Status
    * Starting collector (create new process)
    ******************************************************************************
    saposcol on host ivml2005 started
    Running /usr/sap/N4S/SYS/exe/run/startdb
    SQL6031N  Error in the db2nodes.cfg file at line number “1”.  Reason code “10”.
    DB startup failed
    n4shost:n4sadm 23> db2start
    SQL6031N  Error in the db2nodes.cfg file at line number “1”.  Reason code “10”.

    Please Help.

    Thanks Indvanced

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          1. Former Member
            Hi

            I was able to find the ipAddress and copied in the host file.

            Later I was able to connect to database and follow the other steps

            Worked Fine

            Issue Resolved

            Thank Very Much

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  8. Former Member
    Previous I was able to work few on my SAP VM,

    But After few days when I tried stating that n4shost

    I am getting an error “startsap:Command Not found”

    Checked the Host IP is added,But still no go

    Please Help

    Thanks in Advanced

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  9. Former Member
    Hi Team,

    when I try to start n4shot I get following error :

    dhcppc1:~ # su – n4sadm
    hostname: Unknown host
    n4shost:n4sadm 24> startsap n4shost

    Checking db6 db Database
    ——————————
    ABAP Database is not available via R3trans

    Starting SAP-Collector Daemon
    ——————————
    ******************************************************************************
    * This is Saposcol Version COLL 20.94 700 – v2.00, Intel x86 with Linux, 2007/02/16
    * Usage:  saposcol -l: Start OS Collector
    *         saposcol -k: Stop  OS Collector
    *         saposcol -d: OS Collector Dialog Mode
    *         saposcol -s: OS Collector Status
    * Starting collector (create new process)
    ******************************************************************************
    saposcol on host dhcppc1 started
    Running /usr/sap/N4S/SYS/exe/run/startdb
    SQL6048N  A communication error occurred during START or STOP DATABASE MANAGER processing.
    Activate database failed
    R3trans connect failed
    DB startup failed
    n4shost:n4sadm 25> db2start
    SQL6048N  A communication error occurred during START or STOP DATABASE MANAGER processing.
    n4shost:n4sadm 26> startsap n4shost

    Checking db6 db Database
    ——————————
    ABAP Database is not available via R3trans

    Starting SAP-Collector Daemon
    ——————————
    ***********************************************************************
    * This is Saposcol Version COLL 20.94 700 – v2.00, Intel x86 with Linux, 2007/02/16
    * Usage:  saposcol -l: Start OS Collector
    *         saposcol -k: Stop  OS Collector
    *         saposcol -d: OS Collector Dialog Mode
    *         saposcol -s: OS Collector Status
    * The OS Collector (PID 4867) is already running …..
    ************************************************************************
    saposcol already running
    Running /usr/sap/N4S/SYS/exe/run/startdb
    SQL6048N  A communication error occurred during START or STOP DATABASE MANAGER processing.
    Activate database failed
    R3trans connect failed
    DB startup failed
    n4shost:n4sadm 27> startsap n4shost

    Checking db6 db Database
    ——————————
    ABAP Database is not available via R3trans

    Starting SAP-Collector Daemon
    ——————————
    ***********************************************************************
    * This is Saposcol Version COLL 20.94 700 – v2.00, Intel x86 with Linux, 2007/02/16
    * Usage:  saposcol -l: Start OS Collector
    *         saposcol -k: Stop  OS Collector
    *         saposcol -d: OS Collector Dialog Mode
    *         saposcol -s: OS Collector Status
    * The OS Collector (PID 4867) is already running …..
    ************************************************************************
    saposcol already running
    Running /usr/sap/N4S/SYS/exe/run/startdb
    SQL6048N  A communication error occurred during START or STOP DATABASE MANAGER processing.
    Activate database failed
    R3trans connect failed
    DB startup failed
    n4shost:n4sadm 28> db2start
    SQL6048N  A communication error occurred during START or STOP DATABASE MANAGER processing.
    n4shost:n4sadm 29> clerar

    CORRECT>clear (y|n|e|a)? no
    clerar: Command not found.
    n4shost:n4sadm 30> clerar

    CORRECT>clear (y|n|e|a)? no
    clerar: Command not found.
    n4shost:n4sadm 31> clerar

    CORRECT>clear (y|n|e|a)? no
    clerar: Command not found.
    n4shost:n4sadm 32> clear

    n4shost:n4sadm 33> db2start
    SQL6048N  A communication error occurred during START or STOP DATABASE MANAGER processing.
    n4shost:n4sadm 34> startsap n4shost

    Checking db6 db Database
    ——————————
    ABAP Database is not available via R3trans

    Starting SAP-Collector Daemon
    ——————————
    ***********************************************************************
    * This is Saposcol Version COLL 20.94 700 – v2.00, Intel x86 with Linux, 2007/02/16
    * Usage:  saposcol -l: Start OS Collector
    *         saposcol -k: Stop  OS Collector
    *         saposcol -d: OS Collector Dialog Mode
    *         saposcol -s: OS Collector Status
    * The OS Collector (PID 4867) is already running …..
    ************************************************************************
    saposcol already running
    Running /usr/sap/N4S/SYS/exe/run/startdb
    SQL6048N  A communication error occurred during START or STOP DATABASE MANAGER processing.
    Activate database failed
    R3trans connect failed
    DB startup failed
    n4shost:n4sadm 35>

    Plz help

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  10. Former Member
    Hi Gregor.

    I can practice webdynpro abap in this software trial?

    Mmmm… I made an example webdynpro from transaction se80 but not run… appears an error in the browser: “service not available”.

    What services I do start?

    thanks

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  11. Former Member
    Hi Gregor,

    thanks first for this excellent guide – I was able to setup a running and working system very quickly.

    Being a complete SAP newbie, I have two questions:

    1) What does it need to make the system accessible via RFC? I found out a ‘saprouter’ should be setup but anyway I don’t get any connection via a JCO Java client, though the ports are open and telnet works.

    2) When accessing https://ivml2005:54200, a page is shown where you can follow different links, e.g. for system information etc. Login as SAP* (as with SAP GUI) doesn’t work, so I guess there must be some other credentials? Any ideas?

    Thanks very much!

    Regards,

    Karsten

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    1. Gregor Wolf Post author
      Hi Karsten,

      I think before you try to connect via RFC to the system you should try if SAP GUI does work. I’ve described how to discover the IP address of the system. That you have to maintain in SAP Logon. When this works try the same data in JCo.

      Best regards
      Gregor

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  12. Former Member
    Hi All,

    I am not able to start my SAP,when I type the command Startsap n4hosts it says command not available,

    As Advice in the below log I have added the hosts IP address in C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc

    127.0.0.1       localhost
    192.168.155.1 ivml2005 ivml2005.wdf.sap.corp
    192.168.155.1 n4shost.

    Could any body help me please.

    OS:Windows 7,
    VMPlayer 3.1.4

    Thanks in Advance

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  13. Former Member
    Hello guys,

    do you know if it’s possible to run Integrated Planning in this Java/ABAP trial?  (Transaction “RSPLAN”, then “Start Modeler”).

    I’ve successfully installed this trial but when I run tx RSPLAN and then click Start Modeler, nothing happens. (web browser is supposed to start and Modeler should appear in a web page, but it doesn’t)

    Many thanks for your tips!

    Regards,
    Matus

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    1. Gregor Wolf Post author
      Hi Matus,

      I think it should be possible. But the Java Stack has to be started and also that the connection to the Java Stack needs to be customized. But I’ve never did that. So I can’t help you here.

      Best regards
      Gregor

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      1. Former Member
        Hi Gregor,

        many thanks for your reply, at least you’ve poured some hope into my endeavour and encouraged me to not give up (so soon) ๐Ÿ™‚

        Best regards,
        Matus

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  14. Former Member
    Hello,

    I’m trying to run the trial but I still have a issue to log on, message : “error in license check”

    I try everything I found in forums, I have tested the license, see the trace below.

    I checked too files dev_w*
    It seems there is a problem with server message

    I checked in “dev_ms” file, but nothing has been wrote inside.
    Please could you help ? maybe someone met the same issue and solved it.

    Thanks

    ————————————————-trc file: “dev_slic”, trc level: 2, release: “700”
    ————————————————-
    Test license for SAP SYSTEM: N4S
    rdisp/mshost: n4shost
    rdisp/msserv: sapmsN4S
    MsIAttachEx: connect to n4shost / sapmsN4S
    NiIInit: allocated nitab (2048 at 0xb72fa008)
    NiHsLInit: alloc host/serv bufs (100/100 entries)
    NiHsLGetNodeAddr: got hostname ‘n4shost’ from operation system
    NiIGetNodeAddr: hostname ‘n4shost’ = addr 192.168.155.1
    NiHsLGetServNo: got service name ‘sapmsN4S’ from operation system
    NiIGetServNo: servicename ‘sapmsN4S’ = port 0E.11/3601
    NiICreateHandle: hdl 0 state NI_INITIAL
    NiIInitSocket: set default settings for new hdl 0 / sock 4 (I4; ST)
    NiIBlockMode: set blockmode for hdl 0 FALSE
    NiITraceByteOrder: CPU byte order: little endian, reverse network, low val .. high val
    NiHsLGetServName: found port number 0E.11/3601 in cache
    NiIGetServName: port 0E.11/3601 = servicename ‘sapmsN4S’
    ***LOG Q0I=> NiPConnect2: connect (111: Connection refused) [nixxi.cpp 2769]
    *** ERROR => NiPConnect2: SiPeekPendConn failed for hdl 0 / sock 4
    “dev_slic” [noeol] 26L, 1378C 1,0-1 Top

    ————————————————-
    dev_w8
    —————————————————
    M Wed Oct 19 11:46:48 2011
    M ***LOG Q16=> ThGetMsHwId, DpMBufHwIdGet (HWID_PENDING) [thxxmbuf.c 512]
    M *** ERROR => SlicLikeyGetHardwareKey: no hwid from MSG server: -1 [sliclikey.c 1250]
    M *** ERROR => wlikey_check_webas: Error getting the hardware key. You might find some information in file “dev_ms” on the message server. [sliclikey.c 1269]
    M ***LOG Q16=> ThGetMsHwId, DpMBufHwIdGet (HWID_PENDING) [thxxmbuf.c 512]
    M *** ERROR => SlicKCheckLicense: did not get hwid from message server [slicch.c 306]
    M *** ERROR => no hwid from msg-server received [likeyapi_w.c 2257]
    M ***LOG Q16=> ThGetMsHwId, DpMBufHwIdGet (HWID_PENDING) [thxxmbuf.c 512]
    M *** ERROR => SlicLikeyGetHardwareKey: no hwid from MSG server: -1 [sliclikey.c 1250]
    M *** ERROR => wlikey_check_webas: Error getting the hardware key. You might find some information in file “dev_ms” on the message server. [sliclikey.c 1269]
    M *** ERROR => ThCheckReqInfo: message send/receive failed [thxxhead.c 17124]
    M
    M Modeinfo for User T8/M0
    M
    M tm state = 2
    M uid = 9
    M term type = 0x2
    M display = 0x0
    M cpic_no = 0
    M cpic_idx = -1
    M usr = >SAPSYS <<br/>M terminal = > <<br/>M client = >000<<br/>M conversation_ID = > <<br/>M appc_tm_conv_idx = -1
    M its_plugin = NO
    M allowCreateMode = YES
    M blockSoftCanel = NO
    M session_id = >4E9DB1D2B02B3BF6E1000000C0A89B01<<br/>M ext_session_id = >4E9DB1D2B02B3BF6E1000000C0A89B01<<br/>M imode = 2
    M mode state = 0x42
    M mode clean_state = 1
    M task_type = ZTTABTC
    M lastThFc = THFCBTC
    M lastAction = TH_IACT_NO_ACTION
    M th_errno = 0
    M rollout_reason = 0
    M last_rollout_level = 7
    M async_receives = 0
    M cpic_receive = 0
    M em handle = 2
    M roll state = 2
    M abap state = 2
    M em state = 3
    M eg state = 1
    M spa state = 3
    M enq state = 0
    M softcancel = 0
    M next hook = T-1/U-1/M255
    M master hook = T-1/U-1/M255
    M slave hook = T-1/U-1/M255
    M debug_tid = 255
    M debug_mode = 0
    M mode type = 0x1
    M debug = 0
    M msg_count = 31
    M tcode = > <<br/>M client conversation_ID = > <<br/>M server conversation_ID = > <<br/>M lock = 0
    M max enq infos = 0
    M act enq infos = 0
    M em_hyper_hdl = 0xa665a3b0
    M plugin_info = NULL
    M act_plugin_hdl = -1
    M act_plugin_no = 0
    M max_plugin_no = 0
    M async_receives = 0
    M vm = no VM
    M
    M *** ERROR => ThMBufFullRead: ThOpcodeToMsg [thxxmbuf.c 225]
    M *** ERROR => ThMBufGet: ThMBufFullRead [thxxmbuf.c 183]
    L *** ERROR => BtcEvtRaise: ThScheduler failed (target=, rc=4) [btcevt.c 223]
    L *** ERROR => BtcEojRaise: BtcEvtRaise failed: jobname=BI_WRITE_PROT_TO_APPLLOG , jobcount=11414801, status=A [btcevt.c 52]

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  15. Former Member

    Hi Gregor Wolf,

    I just want to know whether I have to extract only “SAP NetWeaver 70 – Java and ABAP VMware Trial.part01.rar” or all files. & kindly help me how can I get the Suse Linux Enterprise Server with full screen.

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      1. Former Member

        Dear Gregor,

        Thanks for refered me.Tell me one thing what is the root password they maintained that you refered me as a linux version.

        Regards,

        Arpan

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  16. Former Member

    Hi Gregor,

    I have installed SAP NetWeaver Gateway Pre-Packaged Trial Version as per provided Guide book. I could not able to start my SAP Server. The MS server automatically stop.Is there any problem in this trail version.

    Please suggest me at the earliest.

    Thanks,

    Arpan

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  17. Former Member

    Hi Gregor,

    But last time you have suggested to go for

    SAP NetWeaver AS ABAP 7.03 SP04 64-bit Trial

    for Windows 7 Professional or Windows Server 2008R2 (english)

    or if you want to use Linux then check out the


    SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0 SP4 Offered as Pre-Packaged Trial Versions

    The 1st one is working fine but I think, there is some problem in SAP NetWeaver Gateway trial.

    That’s why I asked you if you have any knowledge about this installation.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Arpan

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    1. Gregor Wolf Post author

      Dear Arpan,

      as this trial versions are completely not related to the topic of this blog I would encourage you to post any further questions as a discussion at http://scn.sap.com/community/netweaver-as which is the space for the NetWeaver Application Server. You can mention my name by typing @ and then Gregor_Wolf so I will get a notification. Please include as much information about your environment as possible.

      Best regards

      Gregor

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  18. Gabriel Schroedter

    Can anyone confirm they’ve been able to do this successfully since these files have been moved from scn to store.sap.com.

    The multiple option download page is still live, but I can’t download any of the files and get directed to a wwwa website address.

    The software finder here doesn’t have it listed. Which would lead me to believe it wasn’t moved over.

    Anyone sitll watching this thread?

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      1. Gabriel Schroedter

        Just to see if I’m understanding, are you saying the links in the pages your Feb 20, 2014 post is referring to are broken?

        I’d love confirmation on if those products are still being offered that way, and the most recent response on the linked post is from November 2013.

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    1. Gregor Wolf Post author

      Hi Gabriel,

      no, 7.00 is completely outdated and not available anymore. But you can spinup a system from the SAP Cloud Appliance Library (https://cal.sap.com/). There you can even get NetWeaver ABAP 7.50 SP01 on HANA.

      Best regards

      Gregor

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