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Restore

  1. 1. Open the file
  2. 2. Delete upto startup nomount
  3. 3. Delete after character set utf8.
  4. 4. Save the content
  5. 5. Delete all the contents from the folders
  6. 6. a) # rm –rf sapdata?/* b) # rm –rf origlog?/* c) # rm –rf mirrlog? d) # rm –rf sapreorg/* e) # rm –rf saparch/*# rm –rf sapdata?/*# rm –rf origlog?/*# rm –rf mirrlog?# rm –rf sapreorg/*# rm –rf saparch/*# rm –rf saptrace/usertrace/*# rm –rf saptrace/background/*# rm –rf sapbackup/*# rm –rf sapcheck/* f) # rm –rf saptrace/usertrace/* g) # rm –rf saptrace/background/* h) # rm –rf sapbackup/* i) # rm –rf sapcheck/*Copy and paste the backup data and control.sql file to sapbackup folder
  7. 7. Execute R3trans –d in command prompt
  8. 8. Copy the file ORADBUSR.sql from C:ProgramFilessapinst_instdirNW04SLMCOPYORASYSTEMCENTRALAS to sapbackupfolder.Go to command prompt and connect to database and execute @oradbusr.sqlAnd provide Schema Owner “sapsr3” O/S “NT” Hostname “willsys13” SID “W13”If it is UNIX inplace of SID X
  9. 9. Drop the source system usersUnlock the user OUTLN

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