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r3load export error ORA-00942 for table QCMBTXBLOK

Dear all,

I am attempting to export our newly upgraded (from 46c to erp2005) development system. (for importing later on new hardware).

In log file SAPAPPL1_43 I get the following error:

(EXP) ERROR: DbSlExeRead failed

rc = 103, table "QCMBTXBLOK"

(SQL error 942)

error message returned by DbSl:

ORA-00942: table or view does not exist

I found references to note 9385 which does not apply, since there are no qcm* tables, neither in ddic, not in DB.

Can anyone suggest how to proceed ?

I have already reported the problem formally but am hoping to save time by posting here also.

Rgds, Eirikur.

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 07:15 PM

    Hi Eirikur,

    no problem, you have an extra entry in your active nametab. You could delete the entry if the table does not exists in DDIC and DB. You may also set the table in the Task file (SAPAPPL1_43.TSK) from <i>err</i> to <i>ign</i> (ignore). This will export this package without this table.

    You may check for other inconsistencies with the statement:

    select tabname from <sapschema>.ddntt
    where tabform = 'T' and tabtype in ('T','P','C')
    minus
    select table_name from dba_tables;

    Set all found tables to ignore.

    Best regards

    Ralph

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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 08:19 PM

    Hello Eirikur,

    the QCM tables are temporary tables, that are created, if you change the DDIC structure (for example make a CHAR(40) field to a CHAR(20) field).

    This is described in the sapnote #9385 ... you should check the data dictionary transformations.

    Regards

    Stefan

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