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Activation of M records from DataStore object 0CCA_O01 terminated

I've brought data into the DSO's 0CCA_O01, 0CCA_O02 & 0CCA_O03. However when I run the process chain or try and manually activate the data in the DSO I get an error and the data wont activate. The error I get is Activation of M records from DataStore object 0CCA_O01 terminated. The background program that is created when I run activation also gives me an ABAP error. After reading several postings here I have tried to alter the setting in RSODSO_SETTINGS but this doesnt seem to make much difference either. I've also looked at various notes which recommended installing SAPKW70013 but we are already at that level. Has anybody got any ideas why the data I have brought in wont activate? Thanks.

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2007 at 07:39 AM

    Hi,

    try St22 if there is a dump and if yes, have a closer look at that.

    /manfred

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      There is an ABAP error but the details in it are limited. I've searched for any notes that maybe related to it but the only one I thought might be it said install SAPKW70013 but we are already at that level. The ABAP error states:

      The exception 'CX_SDB_ORA_PROGRAM_ERROR' was raised, but it was not caught anywhere along the call hierarchy.

      Since exceptions represent error situations and this error was not adequately responded to, the running ABAP program

      'CL_SDB_ORA_UPDATE_STATS=======CP' has to be terminated.

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    Posted on Jul 12, 2007 at 07:20 AM

    Turned out to be a database error.

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