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ABAP runtime error

hello guys...

while saving billing document i am getting an error, which is 'ABAP run time error'

it is showing that,

ABAP runtime error GETWA_NOT_ASSIGNED_RANGE

Occured on 30.11.2007 at 08.20.28

Field symbol has not been assigned.

<u>What happend?</u>

Error in ABAP application program.

The current ABAP program "SAPLV60B" had to be terminated because

one of the statements could not be executed.

This is probably due to an error in the ABAP program.

<u>Error analysis</u>

The system tried to access an anasigned field symbol ( date segment number 21 )

The field symbol is no longer assigned, because a unicode program previously tried to set the field symbol using an ASSIGN statement with an offset/length

declaration,however,no longer lay with in the valid range.

<u>How to correct the error</u>

You may able to find an interim solution to the problem in the SAP not system.

If you have access to the note system yourself, use the following search criteria

-


"GETWA NOTASSIGNED_RANGE" C

"SAPLV60B" OR "LV60BU01"

"RV_ACCOUNTING_DOCUMENT_CREATE"

(and so on... ... ... )

I am not understanding that what exactly to do.

please help me

regards

vamshi

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vamshi krishna

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 05:40 PM

    Hi Vamshi

    You may use the Tcode ST22 to analyse the reasons for the ABAP runtime error.

    For detailed analysis, ask ypu ABAP person to look into it.

    Regards

    Dharmveer

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