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Apr 12, 2006 at 06:30 AM

ABAP Web Dynpro - The ASSERT condition was violated

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Hi there,

I managed to install the Netweaver 2004s successfully and has been playing around with ABAP Web Dynpro.

I got the handsout exercise solution for CD155 from the SAPTecEd 2005. Having problem with exercise 2 (Create Web Dynpro component for simple flight booking with a single view). This excercise is to call BAPI_FLIGHT_GETLIST. When I tried to test the Web Dynpro application, it's generate shortdump with following messages :

Error when processing your request

What has happened?

The URL http://localhost:8000/sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/zz_01_bapiflight/ was not called due to an error.

Note

The following error text was processed in the system NSP :

The ASSERT condition was violated.

The error occurred on the application server danny-nb_NSP_00 and in the work process 0 .

The termination type was: RABAX_STATE

The ABAP call stack was:

Method: IF_WDR_VIEW_ELEMENT_ADAPTER~SET_CONTENT of program /1WDA/LSTANDARD===============CP

Method: IF_WDR_VIEW_ELEMENT_ADAPTER~SET_CONTENT of program /1WDA/LSTANDARD===============CP

Method: IF_WDR_VIEW_ELEMENT_ADAPTER~SET_CONTENT of program /1WDA/LSTANDARD===============CP

Method: IF_WDR_VIEW_ELEMENT_ADAPTER~SET_CONTENT of program /1WDA/LSTANDARD===============CP

Method: IF_WDR_VIEW_ELEMENT_ADAPTER~SET_CONTENT of program /1WDA/LSTANDARD===============CP

Method: IF_WDR_VIEW_ELEMENT_ADAPTER~SET_CONTENT of program /1WDA/LSTANDARD===============CP

Method: IF_WDR_VIEW_ELEMENT_ADAPTER~SET_CONTENT of program /1WDA/LSTANDARD===============CP

Method: RENDER_VIEW of program CL_WDR_CLIENT_SSR=============CP

Method: RENDER_MAIN_WINDOW of program CL_WDR_CLIENT_SSR=============CP

Method: RENDER_WINDOWS of program CL_WDR_CLIENT_SSR=============CP

Any idea how to fix this problem ?. Tried to check on OSS, and there are couple notes that I need to apply. But, it's asking the Access Key and don't know how we can apply the access key to the DEMOSYSTEM (NSP) for Netweaver 2004s.

Thanks in advance for any input.

Cheers,

Danny