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SAPLOLEA - Dump when access DB12

Good day, gurus.

A dump is appearing when I go to DB12 TX --> Space --> Overview, on a system running MYSSQL and Windows NT, as shown below:

Category ABAP Programming Error

Runtime Errors MESSAGE_TYPE_X

ABAP Program SAPLOLEA

Application Component BC-FES-CTL

Date and Time 08.03.2016 11:17:59

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|Short Text |

| The current application has triggered a termination with a short dump. |

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|What happened? |

| The current application program has detected a situation that should |

| not occur. A termination with short dump has therefore been triggered |

| by the key word MESSAGE (type X).

According to note 1169424, I ran a trace that shows:

Can not use a node of type leaf as parent LastError node key : 9042

That note says "node table for the tree is incosistent, please take care of it from application side" (talking about node 9042).

How could I perform that process from application side? Could you give me any advice about this issue?

Thank in advance.

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 04:11 PM

    Hi David,

    These dumps are sometime related to the issue with SAP GUI. Could you please refer to below note and check the GUI on your machine.

    1099439 - Installation check for SAP GUI


    Was there a recent change in the GUI. Also just to isolate try to run this on some other machine.


    Thanks,

    Manas

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