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Error while creating SC: Internal Error - termination type TH_RES_FREE

Hi I encountered this error while creating a SC. All attributes for this user are maintained and the "check user" transaction does not give any error.

Amol Mate

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What has happened?

The URL http://punhjwsapsrm:8000/sap/bc/gui/sap/its/bbpsc02/! was not called due to an error.

Note

The following error text was processed in the system SSS : Internal Error

The error occurred on the application server PUNHJWSAPSRM_SSS_00 and in the work process 1 .

The termination type was: TH_RES_FREE

The ABAP call stack was:

Function: B40B_READ_TABLE of program SAPLBBP_BD_DRIVER_40B

Function: META_READ_TABLE of program SAPLBBP_BD_META_BAPIS

Form: LOCATIONS_READ of program SAPLBBP_ATTR_F4

Function: BBP_ATTR_F4_SLOC_PPOMA of program SAPLBBP_ATTR_F4

Form: STG_LOC_GET_FOR_LOCATION of program SAPLBBP_SC_APP

Form: STG_LOC_GET of program SAPLBBP_SC_APP

Form: LOCATION_STG_LOC_GET of program SAPLBBP_SC_APP

Form: USER_ATTRIBUTES_GET of program SAPLBBP_SC_APP

Form: SC_INIT of program SAPLBBP_SC_APP

Function: BBP_SC_APP_EVENT_DISPATCHER of program SAPLBBP_SC_APP

What can I do?

If the termination type was RABAX_STATE, then you can find more information on the cause of the termination in the system SSS in transaction ST22.

If the termination type was ABORT_MESSAGE_STATE, then you can find more information on the cause of the termination on the application server PUNHJWSAPSRM_SSS_00 in transaction SM21.

If the termination type was ERROR_MESSAGE_STATE, then you can search for more information in the trace file for the work process 1 in transaction ST11 on the application server PUNHJWSAPSRM_SSS_00 . In some situations, you may also need to analyze the trace files of other work processes.

If you do not yet have a user ID, contact your system administrator.

Error code: ICF-IE-http-c:100-u:PTEST -l:E-s:SSS-i:PUNHJWSAPSRM_SSS_00 -w:1-d:20051121-t:171904-v: TH_RES_FREE-e:Internal Error

HTTP 500 - Internal Server Error

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2005 at 01:28 PM

    Hi Amol,

    the error occurs, when the system tried to retrieve data from your R/3 backend. I would debug the RFC call to your backend (in the driver B40B_READ_TABLE )and take a look at the return table and the sy-subrc. You could set a breakpoint at BBP_ATTR_F4_SLOC_PPOMA , create a shopping cart and perform the steps that would cause the dump. When you reach the breakpoint, debug along your above mentioned callstack into the driver B40B_READ_TABLE and from there into your backend.

    Best regards,

    Olaf

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2005 at 02:17 PM

    Hi,

    Your error seems to come from the locations definition.

    Did you assign a location to the user or its org. unit(extended attributes)?

    Apparently the system tryes to access the backend to get the detail of the location, try to get the dump (in SRM or R/3) to see the exact error message.

    Regards.

    Vadim

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      Amol,

      As I told you in my previous message, the only way is to get more information on your dump (in ST22 you'll get the exact instruction that generated the dump).

      Please also provide me the exact operation you made on the transaction

      To get more information on the dump you can try to enter in debug mode in FM LOCATIONS_READ,to see what are the parameters used in the system during your transaction.

      To be able to debug the transaction please read the following thread:

      SRM Workflow debugging

      Regards.

      Vadim

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