05015 - tp returncode 0219

05015 - tp returncode 0219

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tp returncode 0219

Hi Volker,
thanks for the advice for applying new kernel patches.
When I go with wrklnk (as QSECOFR) --> sapmnt/trans/bin all authorisation
are correct, but directory bin
and all the other sub-directories (cofiles, data, buffer) are empty.

When I go with wrklnk (as SIDofr) --> usr/sap/trans/bin, trans and bin have
no authorisation but the tpparam file
is in the bin-directory and all other sub-directories are having their files
in it.
I'm going mad. What has changed ? I don't know. I have no idea.


-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Gueldenpfennig, Volker [mailto:volker.gueldenpfennigZs...]
Gesendet am: Montag, 11. Februar 2002 13:43
An: 'karl.grauerZa...'
Cc: Sap400 (E-mail)
Betreff: RE: tp returncode 0219

Sorry Karl,

but I think, there is something mixed up!

If you do an APYR3FIX and get the message, that not all PTFs were applied,
this is done completely at the end of the patch. That means, the kernel is
installed then.
It is NEVER useful, to install an old version of the kernel after this!!!
SAP doesn't program after the PTFs of IBM, so even if there are PTFs
missing, the new kernel is better then the old one. You only should order
the new ones and install them soon. They are missing for the old kernel in
the SAME way!!!

Autorities lost:
"Not supported" means here, that you can't maintain authorities via
/qfilesvr.400 links. You should go there directly and if you are already
locally, you should use /sapmnt/trans instead.
What has changed? I don't know. But you should fix it and it is not caused
because of RSTLIB of the kernel.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Grauer, Karl [mailto:karl.grauerZa...]
> Sent: Montag, 11. Februar 2002 13:05
> To: 'SAP on System i (E-Mail)
> Subject: tp returncode 0219
> hi saplings,
> when releasing a transport request with se10, I get the
> following error
> message:
> Test call for transport control program (tp) ended with
> error code 0219
> When I check the authorisations on the subdirectories nobody has
> authorisation.
> It seems that authorisations has been lost, but I don't know why.
> The only thing I suppose is, on Saturday I tried to apply the
> new kernel
> patch but it failed
> because not all ptfs were installed. So I did a restore of
> the before saved
> kernel library.
> When trying to add authority for a user I get message
> "function not supported by file-system".
> I'm on 4.0b, V5R1.
> Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated.
> kind regards
> Karl Grauer
> Amphenol-Tuchel Electronics
> August-Haeusser-Str. 10
> DE 74080 Heilbronn
> phone: +49 7131/929327
> mailto:karl.grauerZa...

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