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DUMP when Editing Personal Data in ESS Error(NWBC): Invalid Parameter SECONDARY_RECORD-PSKEY VALUE

Hi All,

I am working on the project with UAE localization. When I try to edit the Personal Data in the ESS (NWBC) and save the data. I am getting the error Invalid parameter SECONDARY_RECORD-PSKEY, VALUE. But in R/3 i could able to edit and save the data.

I have checked with V_T582V and V_T582W and is there any thing to be changed in these? What values should be matched in these tables?

Provide me a solution for this if anybody have faced the same problem.

Regards,

Giridhar

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2015 at 11:59 AM
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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2015 at 12:01 PM

    This error we have seen in one client earlier.

    The tables V_T582V & V_T582W determine if any infotype is using the secondary infotype.

    if you remove entries here this will deactivate the secondary infotype usage and solve your issue.

    If you don't want delete entries in tables V_T582V & V_T582W then you need to run report RPUPAV00 for any PERNR that has a 0002 record existing prior to the new secondary infotype.

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    • Former Member Shankar Reddy Chamala

      Hi Shankar,

      I have raised to SAP and fixed the issue in the report RPUPAV00. Even after executing the report still facing the same issue.

      As i debugged and checked the start date of Primary record and secondary record is different and it ends with dump.

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2015 at 06:07 PM

    Looks like sap code issue, check there might be applicable sap note for this, if not then raise message to SAP and they will provide the fix.

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