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Loading Error for an Master Data Info Object!!

Hi all

I am getting this error for set od records...But actually ...there is no data in that...How it reflects as duplicate records...Pls tell me wht is the solution for this??U can chk the attachment as well as there is no data for the column PE FULL NAME..... which is the error stack in DTP..

But I can see the data in PSA for the particular data packet & record numbers...

Pls help with regard to the issue.

Error Information:

Diagnosis

There are duplicates of the data record 2 & with the key

'000000000000000000000000000001E &' for characteristic ZPENAME &.

System Response

Procedure

If this message appears during a data load, maintain the attribute in

the PSA maintenance screens. If this message appears in the master data

maintenance screens, leave the transaction and call it again. This

allows you to maintain your master data.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 06:14 AM

    Try - Flag the Error Handling in DTP and rerun the DTP.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Jerome,

      1)The data get truncated if suppose the data length xceed my target length..

      anyway for

      2) I dont understand what do u ment by??In my source len is created as 1000,but reqd in BW is <150.Is there any solution for this how to get the whole Text??

      Thnx a lot

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