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Attribute Change Run issue

Hi all,

I am doing attribute change run for zmaterial

after some time is going to hold status and reason is ARFC what does it mean?

and finally it is getting terminated and the job log says

REPORT RS****AGGR**MAINTAIN ended with errors.

Why is the attribute change run failing?

Regards

Janardhan

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 02:02 PM

    Hi,

    You can try going to the monitor for Attribute change run from RSA1 >> tools >> apply change run or from Transaction RSATTR which will schedule/display attribute change run. Here you can have an option called change run monitor (Monitor icon). this wil show the status of change run including which all info objects are affected, and if its hitting the aggregates of any cubes. There are scenarios where the attribute change run failed with message that it was hitting/affecting aggregates of some infocubes. In case we had to switch off aggregates and trigger the change run again and then swtich on the aggregates after the change run is over. this may not be the exact issue you are facing.

    thanks,

    Jituk

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 02:01 PM

    hi pls check in tcode rsrv for the infoobject there must be some error there pls remove those error and than try it shld work.

    if its help full pls assign points.

    Pawan.

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