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ODS Activation

I am trying to activate an ODS and get a message:

ODS object ZO_CH_SM was built incorrectly. Cannot update request <xxxxxx>. What does this mean and is there a workaround to activate?

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  • Posted on Mar 24, 2006 at 02:35 PM

    Hi Niten,

    It seems that either a request with a lower SID is missing from the ODS, or you have loaded a Full load with out marking it as a Repair Request...can you provide more info from the long text. There is a workaround to both these situations...

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    • Former Member Ashwin Gadi

      Hi Niten,

      You have to give 'REQU_3ZJQUBMVVX6OT2U44JQ3YBZ14' in RSRQ and not 60120 in RSRQ Transaction. Once you get the request in RSMO, identify why it was not updated into the data target. If it has to be updated into data target and not done so far update it manually and in case it should not be updated into the data target, mark the Quality Status of the request to red and then try activating the ODS again.

      Thanks,

      Vamsi

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2006 at 02:36 PM

    Niten

    Your request must have not been updated correctly. In the manage of ODS check whether your request is reportable or not also related to this request are there any previous requests are not updated successfully if so make sure the previous request mark red and delete from the ODS and also in the monitor make this green and schedule the request again

    Hope this helps

    Thnaks

    Sat

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2006 at 02:37 PM

    Have a look at this:

    Regards.

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