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Can't find SAPEXEDB.SAR (miniSAP)

Posted on 2006-07-03
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Wonder if u guys can help me, I'm installed miniSAP on an XP machne, its on CD1, after about 41%, I get the following message:

The database-dependent SAP system executables are stored on a CD-ROM in a compressed archive SAPEXEDB.SAR. This step extracts the executables for you platform from the archive and stores them in the file system in the directory from SAP system executables.

I've inserted every disk, but it just can't find the file? Any ideas why I'm having this problem?

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Did you get those CDs from SAP themselves ? if yes, you can write/call to SAP and provide your feedback, they will send you a replacement.

Or else you can download the SAPEXEDB.SAR from the SAP website.. http://service.sap.com/

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