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Error During SAP Note 2050349 Implementation

Hi Gurus,

We got objects error during SAP Note 2050349 Implementation.

Could you please advise?

(I have attached SAP Note 2050349 in the attachment)

BR,

Fadzly Iqbal

Steps for Reconstruction

0. Implement SAP Note 2066631 as a pre-requiesite

1. Call T-code SNOTE

2. Download SAP Note 2050349

3. Read SAP Note 2050349 and execute the following items. From SAP Note

2050349:

-Apply SAP Note 2066631 for DDIC objects, message class and XSLT. =>DONE

-Refer to attached User_manual.PDF to create new logical file name and

path.=>DONE

-Apply Code Corrections.=>ERROR

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    Posted on May 08, 2015 at 12:02 PM

    Hello Zulfadzly,

    As the message states, the class is question has been modified by the customer. Check to see if the class is in open transport requests. Also, if your system was patched/upgraded, was the SPAU/SPDD completed fully.

    You will be able to see the version info for the class concerned by using tx: SE24.

    KR,

    Amerjit

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  • Posted on May 08, 2015 at 01:43 PM

    Hi Iqbal

    Better you can raise the SAP support incident, it may be bug in the program.

    BR

    SS

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