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E - Exception raised from InternalError: dberror(CallableStatement.execute): 2048 - column store error: [2048] "SAP_SFND"."sap.sop.sopfnd.catalogue::SOPDM_ACTIVATEPLAREA": line 169 col 3 (at pos 10961): [2048] (range 3): column store error: [2048] "SAP_SFND"."sap.sop.sopfnd.catalogue::SOPCM_CALC_SCENARIO_DEF_GEN": line 640 col 2 (at pos 38752): [2048] (range 3): column store error: search table error: [6906] Attribute engine index not found

Can some one tell me the meaning of this error please?

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2015 at 05:55 PM

    Better raise an OSS Message for SAP to look into.

    This is coming while activating Planning Area, you may like to check the number of scenarios defined and the Global Parameter setting for Scenario count (default is 3)

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2015 at 06:29 PM

    This is an error when activating the planning area, but I am not convinced it is related to the number of versions you use, but it is surely worth checking that.

    Are you sure this is the only error you get? Quite often this goes along with anotrher one somewhere else.

    Have you tried to download the lof and search for "E - " to find all errors as in the Web UI - display you can easily overlook somethin?. (And sometimes if you try twice it disappears as well).

    Would be helpful if you attach the full log


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