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Element (version A) does not exist on the database

Hi BW Experts,

After a technical upgrade from BW 3.1 to BI in NW2004s we are getting an issue in RSRT:

T-code RSRT --> Query Selection from Roles

Gives a Stop, saying "Element (version A) does not exist on the database"

This is due to one of the Test roles that is not working fine.

When I am removing that particular test role from my profile the selection menu is appearing without any stop.

This role was working fine before Upgrade.

We are using Obsolete 3.x Authorisation concept in the new upgraded environment.

Is there anyone who encountered this issue before or can suggest a solution for this, please help us.

Appropriate points would be awarded for the solution.

Thanks in Advace


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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 23, 2007 at 10:46 PM

    You may wish to check below as a reference guide or as a part of sanity check to make sure your upgrade steps were proper.

    BI Security and Authorization

    <b>Some Analysis ..</b>

    from the S_RS_COMP

    goto RSECADMIN >Analysis >Execution as User -->enter the user name you are executing the query

    Check box -->with Log option

    select RSRT option

    hit start transaction button ,it should show you the authorization errors with authorization objects missed.

    if not

    again RSECADMIN >Analysis >Error Logs-->check with the latest time stamp for that particular user and analyse the authorization issues

    Hope it Helps



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    • Former Member Natalia Cristiano

      Thanks Natalia

      I believe the particular test Role is inactive....but the role (PFCG), it do not shows any error.

      So all I do want to know is there any other way to analyse the Role Correctness / Errors / Obsolete function for the Role in 2004s apart from RSECADMIN ??

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