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DYNPRO_WRITE_FAILED

Hi

I installed SAP IDES4.7 on win xp with oracle9.2.

System is working fine now. i created 2 users successfully. And after 5 min i restarted the system and i started creating users. when i click on profiles or roles tab the system gave me runtime errors says "DYNPRO_WRITE_FAILED".

Checked in ST22. error says current ABAP program "RSSHOWRABAX" had to be terminated bec'z the ABAP processor discovered an invalid system state.

can anyone please help me to fix this? thanks alot.

Madhu

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 03:28 AM

    Error analysis:

    The database interface returned an error when writing

    Error number 1 occured:

    1. SQL error

    2 : Invalid value in call

    3. Screen number in header (field DNUM) and in ID differ

    4: Internal error in the database interface

    8: Memory filled (used up)

    16: buffere too small for data

    32: Unknown table in call

    64: Invalid selection

    128: object with this key exists more than once

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 07:25 PM

    I don't have SAP access. can you help me in any other way. Thanks.

    Madhu

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 01:49 PM

    HI

    Please run sm50 and check all your work processor is running , call up st02 and summrise your buffers, log to st06 and check the status of SAPOSCOL, If not you have apply patches as required for your solutions.

    REGARDS,

    paul

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