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Cannot delete request from ODS

Hi SAP Gurus,

I'm having the following problem:

I did a full update repair for some data that we needed to fixed, but it failed since the RFC connection was no correct for the source system.

Now all my request in the ODS are green and activated, but this last one that failed continues to be in yellow. I enter to the monitor and is red inside. I have tried to change the request status from this request in the manage view of the ODS and I get the following error: " The request is already aggregated/rolled up. No QM action possible." so I'm no able to change it.

I tried inactivating the aggregates on the cube that is connected to this ods in the data flow and then tried to delete the request with no aggregates available and the error continues.

Could any help me?? Thank in advance!!

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  • Posted on Sep 02, 2007 at 05:31 PM

    Hi SAP Gurus,

    Request was able to be deleted. I tried the following approach:

    To make an full update from ODS to Cube and gave a dump because of the following error "DataStore object XXXXX is currently locked". So I checked via sm12 and found out that there was a lock in the object since yesterday. Deleted the lock and then was able to delete the entry.

    Regards,

    Ruben

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  • Posted on Sep 02, 2007 at 06:12 PM

    I followed the following approach to correct the error:

    To make an full update from ODS to Cube and gave a dump because of the following error "DataStore object XXXXX is currently locked". So I checked via sm12 and found out that there was a lock in the object since yesterday. Deleted the lock and then was able to delete the entry.

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