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0BBP_BIGURE - MESSAGE_TYPE_X in attrib change

Hi,

When I load the 0BBP_BIGURE hierarchy from SRM 5.0 to BI 7.0 in process chain I always get a MESSAGE_TYPE_X dump in the Attrib Change. If I activate the hierarchy, I don't get an error.

I think the reason is that the RSDDCHNGPROT is not filled, but I'm not sure about this. Did anyone else have this problem ?

kind regards

Pieter

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2006 at 04:45 PM

    Hi Pieter,

    The "message type X" is quite a common message for most of the short dumps. Can you post additional detail here from ST22.

    Bye

    Dinesh

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2006 at 08:05 AM

    Hello Dinesh,

    Here is the most useful info in the dump

    Error analysis

    Short text of error message:

    System error in program SAPLRSDDS and form GET_CNSID_AND_OBJECTS_2-1- (see long text)

    Technical information about the message:

    Message classe...... "BRAIN"

    Number.............. 299

    Variable 1.......... "SAPLRSDDS"

    Variable 2.......... "GET_CNSID_AND_OBJECTS_2-1-"

    Variable 3.......... " "

    Variable 4.......... " "

    kind regards

    Pieter

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 07:25 PM

    pieter,

    have you gotten any resolution on this issue? i am about to send off an OSS request regarding the problem. please let me know if you have solved it.

    mark

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