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Error msg when checking a process chain

When checking a process chain, find a warning msg at the status bar and one of the InfoPackage which activates the ODS 0FIAP_O03 shows the yellow color. The error msg says:

There must be a type "Update ODS Object Data (Further Update)" process behind process "Activate ODS Object Data" var.ZPAK_3UHGM0KZMCM8316MXRQ2UOCDX in the chain

Message no. RSMPC016

What does this mean and how to avoid this error. Now we have problem running the process chain with this error.

Thanks in advance!

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 02:47 PM

    Hi Kevin,

    First of all, this error message should not prevent the chain from running. It's just a warning.

    On the other hand, how can you avoid it:

    The first time you drag an infopackage into the process chain, it will have a process with 'update further into datatargets'. You probably removed it, in general I also delete it, because it gives you more control on the flow, but if you do not delete it, it will automatically update the rest of your dataflow.

    kr,

    Tom

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 02:38 PM

    Hi..

    First u check the sequence of ur load processes..

    First u have to maintain a load process for the ODS and then An ODS activation process.. then only u can use the Further update process to update the data from the ODS..

    As in Process chain there will be two process for the ODS(Loading and Activation). and one process for the CUBE.

    So according to that change ur sequence of process..

    Hope it will solve ur problem..

    Regards-

    MM

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