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Invalid Characters in Report!!

Hi,

When I execute the report it is giving the following error:

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SQL0420N Invalid character found in a character string argument of the

function "INTEGER". SQLSTATE=22018

Message no. RS_EXCEPTION000

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Report is over an ODS where in if i delete a particular request it is not showing this error message.

But it didn't inform any error when I activated or loaded the ODS.

I ran RSRV for the ODS oblect which gives me the error

"The SID values are missing for 1 specifications for characteristic ZTECODATE"

This error is not coming when that particular request is deleted from the target.

The infoobject is a reference characteristics to 0DATE and thus i can also not load that. When i try to correct the error through RSRV it is not correcting also.

Any body faced similar problems and got succedded please advice.

Regards,

VJ

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 07:04 PM

    The particular field for which it gave error message as invalid character is blank value. When we checked that value is filled in some situation by user exit as

    <field name> = ' '

    We have changed this to

    CLEAR <field name>

    and reloaded. It worked!!!

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