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DTP : CX_RS_ERROR occurred (program: CL_RSTRAN_RUNTIME_EXE=========CP

Hi All,

We are working on SAP BI Support Pack .

Below are the current version in our system

Component : SAP_BW 700

Release : 0031

Support Package :SAPKW70031

Since We have upgraded in Dev System. And all the IPs and DTP are working fine.

And we have moved the same to QA with Success .

But one of master data Delta DTP is Failing with following error.

Exception CX_RS_ERROR occurred (program: CL_RSTRAN_RUNTIME_EXE=========CP,
include: CL_RSTRAN_RUNTIME_EXE=========CM001, line: 228).

Message no. RS_EXCEPTION000

Error in substep

Message no. RSBK231.

We have reactivated in QA still we are getting same errors while running the DTP.Please find screen shot or error also

Thank in Advance

Ravinder

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 08:02 AM

    Check this oss notes : 1739872

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 09:55 AM

    Hi Ravinder,

    Take a look at SAP Note 1412010 and implement that. In addition, see if you have some data package with status "processed with errors" in your system and correct that.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Baskaran.

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      Hi Seshu,

      Thank You

      I have activated the objects trough program , Still we are having issue.

      And The Snote 920338 was covered SAPKW70007 only

      Hi Baskaran.

      Thank You

      We are not having any routines in our transformation, which is failing.

      But give SNote is as below

      SAP Note 1412010

      Symptom

      When you use the service method 'NEW_RECORD__EXPERT_ROUTINE' within an expert
      routine, the dump 'GETWA_NOT_ASSIGNED' occurs in the transformation program
      'GP*'

      Regards,

      Ravinder Elagam

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