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TREX: Return Code for Indexing in Search Engine: 2,007 after ECC Refresh.

Hi All,

I'm getting below error after the refresh of one of our test ECC systems, when I run SES_ADMIN I can see that all objects are cancelled with below error...

Business Object/Type: BUS1001006 / 1 - Standard material
Number of Objects: 0
Return Code for Indexing in Search Engine: 2,007:
Index does not exist

Now, the index exist, I can see them on TREXADMIN...

Do I need to delete this indexes?, any ideas will be appreciated.

Regards, JP

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    Feb 16, 2017 at 07:04 PM

    I found the solution,

    Deleted the old indexes from the TREX engine using the index landscape. Used the create and activate option in SES_ADMIN for the objects i needed and then runned a full load, after that set the job to run the deltas.

    Problem solved.

    Regards, JP

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  • Feb 16, 2017 at 04:31 AM

    Hi JP.

    Are you having RFC connection from refreshed ECC to external Trex instance? if it is yes then you can use the transaction code SES_ADMIN & Trexadmin.

    BR

    SS

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  • Feb 16, 2017 at 02:19 PM

    HI SS,

    RFC is in place and working, I can see the indexes on TREXADMIN and SES_ADMIN ... but when trying to do a Full or Delta it fails with below error.

    Return Code for Indexing in Search Engine: 2,007:
    Index does not exist

    As I mention before... I can see that the indexes exist, how do I get rid of the error?...

    I tried deleting the indexes from TREX (with a backup) to no avail. I'm running out of options.

    Regards, JP

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