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FNRA dump

Hello, transacion FNRA executes normally in 4.6, but we did an upgrade to 4.7 and the transaction just doesn't work, it doesn't even show the main screen, it throws a dump. I run the debugger and it starts on function S_UI_CLASS_DEPENDENCIES and nothing there goes wrong, but when it reaches ENDFUNCTION and tries tu return to the caller, it throws the dump, so i have no idea to detect where exactly the error is.

Any ideas on this?

thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 12:56 PM

    What does the dump say in ST22?

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 03:50 PM

    Can you give the 'where error occured' portion of the dump? Also, the program/include in which the error occured. This looks like a OSS note.

    Srinivas

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hello, i have new information, the things that were changed are necessary because there was a desired behaviour change. The thing is that now i need help with transaction FNRA. Users say that after showing the report with that transaction in 4.6, if they pressed the 'back' button it showed something (not the screen before that, it showed accounting) and now in 4.7 it does not. I've looked and looked and haven't found where in the code it does that. The report is an ALV so i checked the user command and the 'back' event is not handled there. Also i no longer have a development or QA server running 4.6 to test that.

      Can anybody help me on this?

      thanks in advance.

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