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No SID found for 0unit

hi friends

im facing a problem while loading the data ......im sending u the error mesage ...

could anyone please help in out in solving this

No SID found for value 'Day ' of characteristic 0UNIT

Error message during processing in BI

Diagnosis

An error occurred in BI while processing the data. The error is documented in an error message.

System Response

A caller 01, 02 or equal to or greater than 20 contains an error meesage.

Further analysis:

The error message(s) was (were) sent by:

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 07:01 AM

    Hi Sravani,,

    Regarding your case ..

    It because there is no unit's name called Day ..

    What you've done is you need to confirm whether it's because the human error/new unit of measurement (UOM).

    If it's human error, you need to fix it from the source then you fetch it back ..

    If it's because of new unit of measurement, you need to maintain this UOM in R/3 then you need to import it into BW:

    1. tcode: RSA1

    2. Go to R/3 node then right-click on there

    3. Transfer Global Settings (click into there in the context menu).

    4. Choose for UOM migrations.

    Hopefully it can help you a lot..

    Regards,

    Niel.

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 06:53 AM

    Hi,

    Seems your 0unit field is having Day as value in the data, try to load master data to 0UNIT and reload your t.data or change the 0UNIT value for that record and load it.

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 07:02 AM

    RClick - Sourcesystem - Transfer Global Settings - Select Units of Measurement - Mode - Update Tables -Execute

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