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Root Cause for Cannot activate request XXX(REQU_XXX) of DataStore object LO02ALIP

Hi All,

Can anybody help to find root cause?

In APO DP we had a process chain cancel trying to activate request in DataStore Object, with message Cannot activate request XXX(REQU_XXX) of DataStore object LO02ALIP. Error message No. RSM1182

So far:

* As a workaround, successfully deleted the request and re run it ok (temp solution). It runs fine now but we do not know the reason it has failed three times in the past and when it will fail again.

* Number of parallel process is set to three as by default, as well as all similiar process we have set with same number.

* Most of notes found for this error message number are old and seems do not apply to our current Installation: SAP Gui 740 Patch 19.

* I found notes 1392715, and 84348 which look more realated to BASIS and Data Base fields.

Thanks in advance.

Freddy

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  • Posted on Nov 06, 2019 at 08:02 PM

    Hi Freddy,

    Check the system logs at the time of the activation. You may have been competing with other large jobs and ran out of resources. All see if Change Runs or other DSO activation were running concurrently. The SID generation process may have created SM12 locks, preventing processing.

    Let us know what the root cause is.

    John Hawk

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  • Posted on Nov 06, 2019 at 08:34 PM

    Hi John, thanks a lot for taking time in my issue.

    SM12 shows no locked entries for that date. SM37 for date and time frame where issue happened (sunday Nov. 3rd) show no other Jobs with another DSO activation. Indeed I created two process chains to activate the DSO and ran concurrently but issue did not ocurr.

    This process runs on a daily basis and it has failed only 6 times in the last year... I was wondering if might be more realated to BASIS and Data Base fields, for which I found notes 1392715 and 84348.

    Thanks again.

    Freddy Gerardo Arneaud

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