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System Error: RSDRC / FORM AUTHORITY_CHECK RSDRC

Hello,

I am having a problem regarding the execution of an Infospoke. This infospoke has an ODS as source and a DB table as a destination. Whenever I try to start the extraction of data a window pops up telling an error has occurred during exportation process. The monitor shows the following message: "System Error: RSDRC / FORM AUTHORITY_CHECK RSDRC". Its ID message is DBMAN.

I have been trying to solve this problem through several ways but I didn't succed. I look forward to receive some helping comment so that I can get throuh this problem.

Many thanks in advanced

Matias

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2007 at 10:46 PM

    This is a authorization errror. Please make sure you have enuff authorizations to run the infospoke. Refer to the following thread...

    RFC destination error in transport

    Hope this helps.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 07:18 PM

    You should run tx SU53 after the error appears. Then add the authorization objects detailed in the transaction to your profile.

    Good bokake!

    Maimon.

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