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"Failed to insert update header" Error while saving or Activating Report

Hi Experts,

I am creating an ALV report, but while saving it, I am getting an error "Failed to insert update header" and program is getting exited while clicking over it.
Can anyone please let me know what might be the issue and how to resolve it.

Regards,

Salil B

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2015 at 09:56 AM

    Thanks for all inputs, problem is solved, was related to BASIS issue.

    Thanks,

    Salil B

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    Posted on Dec 24, 2014 at 08:08 AM

    Hi Salil ,

    Are you writing any data base update or modifying the any standard table what if you are doing then use commit statement with wait also.

    or are you trying to display any header data by using Commentary write , if using check the passing parameters data.

    Regards,

    Krishna

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    Posted on Dec 24, 2014 at 10:48 AM

    Hi,

    I have tried all ways possible, even when I am creating a new report and without writing a single code and saving it, gives the same Error. Strange

    Thanks,

    Salil B

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      Hi,

      Have dubuged and found the error is coming from a standard report which is getting called after saving report : "RS_CALL_PROGRAMM_INDEX_DELTA" at Commit Work(Line 20) the error is thrown.

      Have tried to execute the report manually and getting the same issue.
      Please can you check this standard Report and let me know how to handle it.

      Thanks,

      Salil B

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