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Duplicate entries in ESTVH table

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I have noticed ,some times while updating the data at same value assignment level by different users from various locations with in the difference of minutes / Hours time. some time duplicate entry were creating in ESTVH table which was not correct.

entry of ESTVH will be created only once that too at the time of intial data maintenance at value assignment

Later always records should be updated in ESTVA table based on data updations.

But some times above mechanism not working and creating duplicate entries which impact the Automatic data updation in other systems due to failure of IDOC distributions due to duplicate entries.

Looked OSS noted in SAP , but not succeeded.

if you have any OSS notes for this from SAP . please share

Bala

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  • Posted on Mar 15, 2016 at 06:09 AM

    Dear Balajee

    do you use "Change numbers"? I am not aware of any OSS here. Long long ago strange effects as you are reporting could be detected. So my understanding is ow:

    a.) user one mainatained e.g. "density" and created ESTVH data

    b.) some minutes/hours later different user ,entered additional data / other data in density; and result was: second entry in table ESTVH

    Can you "describe" the actions by the user "better"? Do you sue any kind of custom code in the many "Exits" etc. in CG02??

    Was it a "manual" enrty or an entry via e.g. ruelset? did you used inheritance?

    C.B:

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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2016 at 06:19 AM

    Hello Balajee

    could you solve the isseu? If so; can you please describe appriah cused. Might be helpful for community. Thanks

    C.B.

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