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How can I find ST22 Error source ?

Hello,

I have the following ST22 Error:

Runtime Error: UNCAUGHT_EXCEPTION

Exception: CX_OS_DB_UPDATE

Terminated Program: CA_TRIGGER_PPF

Source Code extract:

update PPFtTRIGG from table DB_UTB_PPFSTRIGG.

The user who triggered the error is a batch-user.

The problem is that I did not find any SM37 canceled jobs that triggered this error.

I did not find any relevant SM58 either. (also, in ST22 , there was no 'RFC Caller Information' column)

How can I find out how this error was triggered ?

What other transactions can I check to find out the root cause ?

Thank you,

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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2019 at 08:53 AM

    There no need to be an background job for this activity, it might be called through standard jobs, Can you please elaborate this error? Because the dump is common for Update statement.

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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2019 at 01:46 PM
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    Hi,

    Kindly check below link. I think it will be similar issue and they said its answer with some note

    WF-BATCH generates dump UNCAUGHT EXCEPTION CX_OS_DB_UPDATE

    Note 829303 Messages are not sent to ERP, get stuck in SMQ1

    Note 1006956 - Runtime error CX_OS_DB_INSERT w/ cancellatio of WO or WT

    Note 1008760 - Runtime error CX_OS_DB_UPDATE when printing HU

    Note 857073 - PPF: Runtime error with initial action profile

    Note 840293 - PPF: New enqueue logic for the "Execute/Delete" action

    Regards,

    Nawa.

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