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I am getting the following dump.


2)The current ABAP program "SAPLKAIS" had to be terminated because one

of the statements could not be executed at runtime.

Error analysis

An inconsistency was discovered during access to the description of the

data type "COEP". According to the ABAP load, the data type should be 2040

bytes long, but according to the dictionary information at runtime, it

is 2070 bytes long.

This situation may arise if the data type is changed during the program


I got this dump while I was creating custom fields using coding block.

Please help me with this issue.

Thanks and Regards

Shriram Bhat.

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  • Posted on Apr 22, 2016 at 11:55 AM

    Check consistency of ddic and database (e.g. look at activation log of append structure and impacted tables) some adjustment of table (SE14) may be required.

    But in most case some program was already active when database was updated so kept in memory/buffer the old structure. (exit and restart.) Note the same problem may arise in target system of an import if user/jobs are active. Don't use some FI/CO related transactions when using OXK3, that could impact MM, SD, PM, etc. as many modules can be impacted.

    Ref: 2180238 - DDIC Inconsistency Check [VIDEO]



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