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Master Data Loading Failed from PSA to InfoObject

Hi experts,

I tried to load master data attribute for an InfoObject from PSA. However, it failed after 10 hours and gave me an error as below.

<b>Short dump in the Warehouse


The data update was not finished. A short dump has probably been logged in BI. This provides information about the error.

System Response

"Caller 70" is missing.

Further analysis:

Search the BI short dump overview for the short dump that belongs to the request. Pay attention to the correct time and date on the selection screen.

You access a short dump list using the wizard or the menu path "Environment -> Short dump -> In the Data Warehouse".

Error handling:

Follow the instructions in the short dump.</b>


A further look into ABAP runtime error is enclosed below.



Date and Time 29.11.2007 19:37:43

Short text

An SQL error occurred when executing Native SQL.

What happened?

The error "-904" occurred in the current database connection "R/3*".

What can you do?

Note down which actions and inputs caused the error.

To process the problem further, contact you SAP system


Using Transaction ST22 for ABAP Dump Analysis, you can look

at and manage termination messages, and you can also

keep them for a long time.

How to correct the error

Database error text........: "[IBM][CLI Driver][DB2] DSNT408I SQLCODE = -904,



Database error code........: "-904"

Triggering SQL statement...: "INSERT INTO "/BI0/QASSET" ( "COMP_CODE",



Internal call code.........: "[DBDS/NEW DSQL]"

Please check the entries in the system log (Transaction SM21).

If the error occures in a non-modified SAP program, you may be able to

find an interim solution in an SAP Note.

If you have access to SAP Notes, carry out a search with the following





If you cannot solve the problem yourself and want to send an error

notification to SAP, include the following information:

1. The description of the current problem (short dump)

To save the description, choose "System->List->Save->Local File


2. Corresponding system log

Display the system log by calling transaction SM21.

Restrict the time interval to 10 minutes before and five minutes

after the short dump. Then choose "System->List->Save->Local File


3. If the problem occurs in a problem of your own or a modified SAP

program: The source code of the program

In the editor, choose "Utilities->More


4. Details about the conditions under which the error occurred or which

actions and input led to the error.

The exception must either be prevented, caught within proedure

"QTAB_INSERT" "(FORM)", or its possible occurrence must be declared in the

RAISING clause of the procedure.

To prevent the exception, note the following:


So my questions now:

1. What does it means by <b>"Caller 70" is missing</b>?

2. How can I load the master data successfully?

One thing that I note is that it is using only a single background job to load the data. Whereas, in DSO, I manage to activate the data as I used 3 dialog processes simultaneously.

Many thanks for your help.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 05:15 AM

    There seems to be something wrong as master data loading from PSA should not take 10 Hours. What kind of masters you are trying to load. And approximately what is the number of records that you r trying to load. You may try full upload also. Master data should not take more than half an hour max.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 05:16 AM


    Navigate to Process Monitor -> Details -> Processing section -> Right click on data packet, Choose manual update.

    This helps you, the error on 'Caller 70 missing'

    Hope this will help you


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