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E-Recruiting- Creating Infoset

Hi

I want to create a infoset to capture candidate data. I have given the following parameters to create an infoset.

Logical database: PCH

Package: ZHRRCF

When I click on check icon system is displaying the message ‘Error in parameter PCHINDEX’

What is the meaning of this error.

Thank you

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 03:02 PM

    I have the same problem.

    I'm creating an Infoset (transaction SQ02) in a Global Area, using de logical database PCH.

    I select only a "position" (S) object with few infotypes.

    When I click the "Generate" button, the system shows an error AQ 006 / PCHINDEX with "...TYPE" error.

    I have a tricky solution that works so far: Exit to the main transaction screen, mantain selected the Infoset (wich must be showing a red mark circle). Click the "generate" button and... yes, the infoset is generated succesfully.

    Try this weird solution, maybe works for you.

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      I think it creates some PCHindex that is why it gives error. If you try to "generate" it first time . Once you save it, got back to main screen of SQ02 and then generate it. It worked. It is wired but it worked this way 😊

      Also look at OSS Note 454886 - InfoSet query: Object selection and database accesses

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      Note : It does it for all LDBs e,g PNP,PAP,PCH,PNCPE .

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2008 at 01:16 PM

    Hi

    Can you respond to my query please.I was struck.

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