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"Dump While accessing the T-Code Solman_Directory"

Hi Experts,

Currently we are SAP Solution Manager 7.1 SP12, we are getting a Dump, when ever we are executing the T-Code "Solman_Directory".

The details of the Dump are as follows:

Category ABAP Programming Error



Application Component SV-SMG-MON-BPM

Date and Time 09.12.2014 12:39:24

Error analysis
A RAISE statement in the program "CL_DMD_OBJECT2=============
condition "OBJECT_NOT_LOCKED".
Since the exception was not intercepted by a superior
program, processing was terminated.

Short description of exception condition:

For detailed documentation of the exception condition, use
Transaction SE37 (Function Library). You can take the called
function module from the display of active calls.

Quick help is highly appreciated.



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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2014 at 01:29 PM

    Hi Faraz,

    apply this note

    1879743 - Dump when access SOLMAN_DIRECTORY without DMD_ACTION = 10

    1775564 - Issues with BPMon Mirgration to SM 7.1 SP 5 or higher


    V Srinivasan

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    • Former Member

      Hi Srinivasan,

      Thanks for your reply, I have checked the above notes before itself.

      Tried to apply them, It Shows the status as " cannot be Implemented".

      Can you please guide me further.



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