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What is the use of table /BI0/SREQUID

Hi Everyone,

can any one tell me what is the use of table /BI0/SREQUID in SAP ECC and is it mandatory to have this table available in ECC release 740

Note: Currently this table is missing in ECC side..... tried to implement the note 2133885.... still unsuccessful in installing the table...

thanks in advance

Madhu

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2015 at 10:24 AM

    Hi Madhu,

    Its not mandatory to have in ECC system if there is no BW active in it.

    Why do you want to implement this table in ECC side?

    Do you have BW active in the ECC system?

    Could you let us know what is the scenario where you need this table in SAP ECC?

    About the table:

    The table /BI0/SREQUID contains the SID values for the request numbers with prefix 'REQU_', 'ODSR_', 'APO_', 'R3RD_', 'MDMT_' and 'RNDI_'.

    These request numbers are being generated by various program units like function modules and master data maintenance programs. The master data upload programs were using the request number SID values for exporting them to the SID creation function modules RRSI_VAL_SID_CONVERT and RRSI_VAL_SID_SINGLE_CONVERT.

    Regards

    KP

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2015 at 12:32 PM

    Thanks Everyone for the reply,

    Hi Prashanth,

    we have a bw system dependent on the ECC.

    during the system copy in ecc side, basis were facing a issue where it was showing the error as

    The current ABAP program "RBDLSMAP" had to be terminated because it has come across a statement that unfortunately cannot be executed.

    In include "LRSSTATMANF03 ", in line 227 of program "SAPLRSSTATMAN", the following syntax errors have occurred: "/BI0/SREQUID" is not defined in the ABAP Dictionary as a table, projection view, or database view.

    for this we tried to implement the note: 2133885 which resolved the issue for now but still the table /BI0/SREQUID" is missing in r/3 side.

    when i cross checked with other projects this table was maintained in ECC side...ans also in BW side

    Note: table is currently available in BW system...

    Please guide me on this.....

    Thanks in Advance,

    madhu

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2015 at 08:11 AM

    Hi Madhu,

    Table /BI0/SREQUID is the SID-table of technical BW infoobject 0REQUID.

    This infoobject contains information on the requests loaded into BW cubes. You can check the status of this infoobject in transaction RSD5. Here you also see that table used for this infoobject.

    If you are using BW on your system you should ensure that the BI technical content is correctly installed (see transaction RSTCO_ADMIN).

    Best regards,
    Bernhard

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2015 at 08:43 AM

    Hi,

    Are you sure above table need to be at ECC side?

    As i know, its bw table and can find at bw side.

    Once we install info object 0REQUID(active version) from BI content, above table also installed.

    During the master data load to 0REQUID, SID table will be filled with data.

    Thanks.

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2015 at 09:17 AM

    Hello Madhu,

    /BI0/SREQUID is sid table used to store request id's...and it is present at bw side.

    I have checked note 2133885 - P11; manage; client copy; empty BW: Syntax error BI0/SREQUID, but there is nothing mentioned at ecc side, provided solution in this note needs to be implemented in BW side only..

    Regards,

    Hitesh

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