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RSA1 Error - Message no. RSAR028


We just performed a Production to QA refresh and are working on the post-refresh activities. I have ran BDLS to change the logical system names and ran function module "RSAP_BIW_DISCONNECT" to delete obsolete BW connections. I am at the point to reconfigure the Data Warehousing Workbench via RSA1 and receive the following error:

SAPBIX071 lies in the namespace for Content release types

Message no. RSAR028

I have not seen this error before. I am unable to find an SAP note with that error message nor anything relevant on SDN. Has anyone else ran into this issue?



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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 07:43 PM

    Hi Janice,

    The R/3 system should be open for changes. See OSS Note #184586 - "System change option and BW". So, its description somewhat different from your situation, we got the same error while tried to create a source system until R/3 was open for changes.


    You receive error messages when you connect the source system or activate transfer rules, stating that repository changes or client-independent Customizing is not allowed, or that the namespace is protected against changes.

    Other terms

    System change option, source system connection, transfer structures, production system, transport, namespace roles,

    Dump 'DYNPRO_SEND_IN_BACKGROUND' in the source system, RSAR502

    Hope it helps resolving your issue.



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  • Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 02:57 PM

    I found out that as of BW SP12 the logical system naming standard has been tightened.

    I was referred to Note 606757. The problem is that we have maintained our logical system in different name space.

    The correct name sequence is :

    <System ID>CLNT<Client>

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