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No job count can be generated for job BI_PROCESS_LOADING

Hi,

Almost every night, our Master Data job fails (scheduled to run around 12:01 each night), and it's based on the fact that the same job name/job count is being generated, and creating a count over 99. We have ran the RSBTCDEL2 program every night, but I'm not sure if we're using the proper parameters.

Can someone give me some feedback on this, and if they've seen this before.

Thanks,

John

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2007 at 02:17 PM

    Errors from SM21:

    EFW > No job count can be generated for job BI_PROCESS_LOADING

    - During the values check for background processing, the attempt to

    generate a unique JOBCOUNT for the specified job failed because there

    are more than 99 entries with the same JOBNAME / JOBCOUNT ID. Forward

    this syslog entry to SAP.

    EG7 BP_JOB_CREATE: Job cannot be generated. Reason:

    EGA > Job BI_PROCESS_LOADING contains invalid data

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    Posted on Apr 15, 2007 at 10:37 AM

    Hi John,

    I'm getting the same error, not every night, but sometimes I did.

    Did you find any solution to this error?

    Thanks,

    Miki

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