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Error: Access Previously Deleted Entity at HRESS_A_PERSINFO

Hi Experts,

I am configuring Personal Information standard application. While performing the testing, at Edit mode of Addresses, if I do not change any fields and click on Save 2 times, the 2nd time there will be a runtime error: Access Previously Deleted Entity.

Looking at ST22, I noticed that the error is and uncaught exception, the exception is CX_BOL_EXCEPTION, at method MAKE_VALID_STATE, line 26 of class CL_CRM_BOL_ENTITY.

Searching on SCN, and Google for this error, it seems that I have to apply note 1848389. However, after apply note 1848389, I still faced the same problem. My component WEBCUIF support package is SAPK-70108INWEBCUIF

Please let me know if you faced this issue before and had a solution for this. Thanks much for your time!


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    Posted on May 15, 2013 at 10:38 AM


    Please check your Application configuration and check used model relation type to: Country version of an

    International Infotype. Change used model relation type to: International Version

    Please perform this change for overview and detail screen, Then check out the results.

    Best Regards,


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    • Hi ,

      Based on your configuration screencopy, you had maintained used model relation type to "Country version of

      an International Infotype." Please change used model relation type to : International Version. Please perform

      this cange for overview and detail screen. This should help. Otherwise, you may check note 1777311.

      Best regards,


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