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AAK Non-deletable table entries found

I am on AAK 5.0.

I have two non deletable table entries and this is preventing me from releasing the Component Piece List. What am I supposed to do with these two errors please.

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  • Feb 17, 2017 at 10:53 AM

    Hello Mr. Gadde

    1. In general always use the newest available SPAM/SAINT update in your system (SPAM 63)

    2. In your case it is probably sufficient that you update your SPAM/SAINT version in your assembly system and set SPAM/SAINT version 63 as requirement for your Add-On. In case the addon has already been delivery you can deliver the new requirement via an ACP.

    3. In case of uninstallation errors you cannot just get rid of them by deleting the entries. You
    have to understand the content or get in contact with your development. Maybe the corresponding
    object/table entry is required or has to be a part of the final delivery.
    In such a case you have to deliver and provide a Plugin Class. This Add-On specific ABAP class calculates dynamically and decide how the object is handled during uninstallation

    https://uacp2.hana.ondemand.com/doc/958bf23846e940e7845008588133ab84/5.0.2.0/en-US/AAK_50_en.pdf

    https://uacp2.hana.ondemand.com/doc/958bf23846e940e7845008588133ab84/5.0.2.0/en-US/AAK_50_en.pdf
    -> Page 90
    with kind regards,
    Thorsten Scheyter

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  • Feb 17, 2017 at 11:39 PM

    Thank you much for your quick response Thorsten. The issue is getting complicated for me.

    During the "Component Piece List" consistency check, it is proposing a BRF+ error. Upon correcting and re-checking it, we presented with another GUID error. So far, we have corrected 8 errors, and upon recheck, it is proposing the next one. So when trying to create a AAK delivery unit and doing a consistency check we keep getting error on BRF+ as "Non-deletable objects". If we manually mark it for deletion then upon a recheck another object would get errored out.

    The above screens shot shows you a GREEN check.

    The screenshot below provides you another error.Thank you Thorsten for your quick response.

    After resolving the error in the 2nd picture and performing re-check, I am presented with another error. This is repeating.

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  • Feb 20, 2017 at 07:32 AM

    For this type of check no dynamic generation or correction is done. So I assume that a transport has been imported in the meantime.

    Can you please get in contact with the ICC or open a ticket for further clarification?

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