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getting configuration related error while loading a page

Hi Experts,

While loading a page of opportunity, we are getting the below error:

CX_SY_MOVE_CAST_ERROR - Source type \CLASS=CL_BSP_BEE_TABLE is not compatible, for the purposes of assignment, with target type \CLA


Source Text Row: 168

Please help us how to proceed in this case.

Thanks & Regards,


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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2014 at 01:33 PM

    Hi Mamta,

    We are now facing the same issue in our system while opening opportunities.

    Were you able to solve your issue ? If yes, could you pls let us know how ?

    Thanks & Regards,


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    • Hi Shaik,

      You can check the iterator class of the table. I strongly doubt that you are using a custom iterator class in your page. The class name you can find in u'r htm page. Code will be something like,


      CREATE OBJECT lr_iterator
      EXPORTING iv_context_node = BTOPPORTH(context node name).
      cl_chtmlb_config=>set_iterator( lr_iterator ).

      Now put a breakpoint in class ZCL_THTMLB_FORM_IERATOR_SAMPLE method RENDER_CELL_START. You will see which field is having the mismatch issue.

      If the error is not showing for all users, you can run the report BSP_DLC_DELETE_PERSONALIZATION to delete the personalization and see.



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