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short Dump Exception condition "NOT_EXIST" raised while loading Delta from ECC

Hi Folks,

Iam facing the problem Exception condition "NOT_EXIST" raised while loaidng Delta request from ECC for the Extractor 2LIS_11_VAKON,Executed the Delta Infopackage and facing the above short dump,Tried with various options RSBDELTAREPAIR Program giving the DSO names but no Luck,Its hanging in yellow status in PSA and going to Short Dump.

Can you Please help me with what might be the Issue

Regards,

Pradeep P.

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  • Posted on May 29, 2013 at 03:46 PM

    Hi pradeep,

    Please share exact dump details form ST22.

    If your in bw 7.x version, your facing error at info pakg level. so there is no use of RSBDELTAREPAIR.

    Thanks

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  • Posted on May 29, 2013 at 05:27 PM

    Hi,

    Do you have active initialization request under scheduler menu in your infopackage? Did you try to re-execute the delta infopackage?

    Otherwise, re-initialize your datasource by running init w/o transfer. Then, run the delta infopackage.

    Regards,

    Suman

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    • Former Member

      Hi Pradeep,

      When a short dump occurs in data load with not_ exist we should first check in ST22 T code so that we get clarification of that particular error.

      Because short dump error occurs in many occasions so in order to get more clarification of process failure more details are required and these can be found in ST22 - Short dump overview.

      Update the more details of that error.

      Satish Reddy

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