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ABAP/4 processor: UNCAUGHT_EXCEPTION when running a process chain

After select the log view for a process chain, a msg box pops up that says:

Status Change of Process “Variant_Name”

Save Status and Trigger Events if Appropriate

With Yes and No button.

Which button should I click? No matter which button I click, the log view shows that the variant showed with the above “Variant_Name” is red color error. And the running of the process chain stops here at this variant. This variant is just for deleting indexes of two cubes before loading data to the two cubes. If I right click this error variant and select Displaying Messages, find there are four lines listed as below:

1. Job started

2. Step 001 started (program RSPROCESS, variant &0000000004565, user ID ALEREMOTE)

3. ABAP/4 processor: UNCAUGHT_EXCEPTION

4. Job cancelled

How to resolve the red error and make the process chain continue to run?

Thanks a lot!

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    Sep 28, 2005 at 06:36 PM

    UNCAUGHT_EXCEPTION is normally issued if there is a function module in the routines used, which issues an exception, but is not handled in the routine itsef.

    Check all the routines in update, transfer rules where function modules are used (I am guessing the error is linked to data loading from an infopackage). Follow the data flow of the info package to determine the update/transfer rules that the infopackage is linked to. add the requisite EXCEPTIONS clause to the function module and handle the exception using an information error message to identify the cause and later the fix for the exception.

    Hope that helps!

    Rishi

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      There are a whole bunch of notes out on OSS for the exception. Restrict the application area to BW* on the initial screen.

      Not sure which applies to you.

      Rishi