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Hello.

I get this error "Runtime Error The current abap program "%T00MDA" had to be terminated because it found a statement that could not be executed" when i try to create an operative project from a Siulation project from the transaction cvj4.

Is there a way to solve this? Is it easier than it looks or can I confirm that I'm screwed?

Best regards

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  • Posted on Jan 27 at 04:14 AM

    Hi,

    At what time you are getting this error, while performing any database operations?

    and can you check for the declaration of the field CPD_UPDATE.

    Thanks.


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    • Hi Gowtham

      the error occurs when I try, via CJV4, to transfer a project simulation to an operational project (option button Version-Operative) as soon as I enter the data, and I understand that data is correct, I get this dump error.

      Excuse me, what do you mean by "check for the declaration?" and can you check for the declaration of the field CPD_UPDATE. Thanks

  • Posted on Jan 27 at 10:15 AM

    As long as this isn’t referring to some of your own development your best bet is to submit an incident to SAP support.

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  • Posted on Jan 27 at 10:50 AM

    Hello Ken,

    It is a study project for my Masters, i do not even know if i have access to SAP support.

    How can i contact with them?

    sorry for my ignorance, we are still new students in this field.

    Kind Regards

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