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virsa complaince calibrator 3.0

Iam executing SOD at Authorization Object Level on a particular role in virsa cockpit and Iam getting the error

The WHERE condition has an unexpected format.

What happened?

The current ABAP/4 program "/VIRSA/ZVRAT " had to be terminated because

one of the statements could not be executed.

This is probably due to an error in the ABAP/4 program.

What can you do?

Note the actions and input that caused the error.

Inform your SAP system administrator.

You can print out this message by choosing "Print". Transaction ST22

allows you to display and manage termination messages, including keeping

them beyond their normal deletion date.

Error analysis

The current ABAP/4 program attempted to execute an ABAP/4 Open SQL

statement containing a WHERE condition of the form WHERE (itab) or

WHERE ... AND (itab). The part of the WHERE condition specified at

runtime in the internal table itab contains a literal

"'r3:dpp_intercompany_" that begins with "'", but has no closing "'".

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If I change the role name to some another then there is no error in finding SOD authorization at object level based on role.

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2006 at 09:16 AM

    I think SAP will be in a much better position to help you with this. I suggest you raise an OSS note

    regards

    Alfred

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  • Posted on Oct 04, 2006 at 11:51 AM

    Khaja,

    first of all: welcome to the forum.

    Unfortunately this is not an official support forum for product related problems, so I'd also like to advise you to go through the usual support channels.

    Thanks already,

    Frank.

    Message was edited by: Frank Koehntopp

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