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struct. from appl. 02 due to open v3 proc. not changed

Hi Experts,

I am trying to add a field from communication structure to extract structure for data source 2lis_02_itm. I ran the V3 job, flushed out delta queue, delta repetition (LBWQ and RSA7 are clear), deleted the setup tables, inactivated 2lis_02_itm data source in LBWE. Added new field and when I tried to activate the data source, I am getting the error "struct. from appl. 02 due to open v3 proc. not changed".

Note: I performed all the above steps in all the clients first.

Thanks in advance.

Ramesh

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2016 at 12:11 PM

    Hi,

    please recheck SMQ1/SMQ2/SM13/LBWE/RSA7 and load all delta data to bw side.

    Make all queues as 0 count by triggering delta info pack twice at bw side.

    later try to change data source as you need. it will allow you.

    Thanks

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      Hi Raman,

      Thanks for your quick reply. I did check and make sure that SMQ1/SMQ2/SM13/LBWQ/RSA7/ are zero (triggered delta info package 3 times & deleted setup tables). Still I got the same error.

      As per OSS Note # 652310, there are inconsistencies between VBMOD and VBHDR table entries in ECC. i.e., number of entries are different in both the tables.


      As per SAP Note 396647 - Question 10 & Note 67014, executing program RSM13002 should resolve the issue. I'll keep you posted.

      Regards,

      Ramesh

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 09:33 AM

    Hi Raman,

    After following SAP Note 67014 (executed the program RSM13002 with REORG checked), could do the structural change to the extract structure.

    Thanks,

    Ramesh

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