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TDMS : Table assignment error

This is for TDMS 4.0 on 2011_1_700 SP4

I am doing a Full Transfer of Client-Specific Data for SAP ERP. After applying all the BASIS Notes, I have executed the package.

Sender -> Control +Central system (same box) -> Receiver are all on same patch level.

I am at step -

Package Settings (active) -> Preparation of Tables for Data Transfer -> Analysis of Tables Participating in Data Transfer

This step triggers multiple jobs of which the following have failed with job log as mentioned -


Job log overview for job: CNV_MBT_CUSSEARCH_ASSIGN / 04251300

Step 001 started (program CNV_MBT_CUSTOMER_SEARCH, variant &0000000000035, user ID DDIC)

Search terminated in one system, no table assignment is possible


Another job that failed is (probably because of the failed job mentioned above) -


Job log overview for job: CNV_MBTCNV_MBT_PEM_START

Activity Preparation of Tables for Data Transfer execution 0004 in package 90004, phase TDBAS_PHASE_PACKAGE_SETTINGS has been aborted

Job cancelled


Has anyone here ever had a similar issue or know how this can be resolved?

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    Posted on May 23, 2013 at 10:20 AM

    Hi Sai,

    you seem to have the same problem as Mike

    maybe also start by checking dev_wpXX and see if there is any errors in the logs

    check sm21 and st22 as well

    best regards


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    • Hi Sai,

      Mike problem was rectified with permissions

      se answer from SAP

      "I received a response from SAP which resolved the issue. While the tdms user had the same roles on our sender, receiver, and control systems I had missed applying note 1634482 in the sender system, so there were missing authorization objects there. The TDMS process didn't get a hard error, but simply checked for authorizations and then exited.

      I am now able to continue the process and have learned that some symptoms have little hint as to what the real issue is. With TDMS, a manual check of rfc connections and authorizations is a good place to start."

      maybe also start by checking authorizations and the required notes in the systems

      Best Regards


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