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Creating a DataSource for Cust. Ref. SET Hierarchy with BW07 and ERROR

Hi all,

I am trying to create a DataSource (ZSTKEYFIG_HIER) for Cust. Ref. SET Hierarchy with TCode BW07 in R/3 with following details for 0STKEYFIG:

Table for SET : GLPCT

Field name : STAGR

OSOURCE: ZSTKEYFIG_HIER

Then I got the following messages:

DataSource ZSTKEYFIG_HIER: Field OLTPSOURCE of extr struct ROHIEROS is not in the provider struct. Message no. R8449 (<b>WARNING</b>)

Event with errors RSA1_OLTPSOURCE_GENERATE in DataSource ZSTKEYFIG_HIER Message no. R8287 (<b>ERROR</b>).

I have done it in Cross_Client Dev System.

Could you please help me to fix this problem, PLEASE ?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 06:22 PM

    dont give the 0Source name,and try to create it should go thru fine

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 08:15 PM

    Actually, the Hierarchy Sets are created in Client 200 and I am trying to create the DataSource in Client 100 and it caused the problem. So, recreated the Sets in Client 100 and successfully created the DataSource with BW07 in Client 100.

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