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Return code meanings of livecache applications


Can somebody please let me know where can I find the docs. containing livecache application return codes (which can be seen as ( /n/sapapo/om01 ).

As far as I know we can see them via /sapapo/om10

But which user action is required is not mentioned there

Can somebody throw light on this.

Best Regards,


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    Apr 08, 2008 at 07:40 PM

    Hello Prashant,

    -> As SAP customer you have the option to create the OSS ticket, therefore we could

    logon to your system via OSS and take a look closer on the reported issue.

    -> Using the /n/sapapo/om01 you could display LCA Trace File.

    The LCA trace file is written for the LCA developers and LCA development

    support to help with the analysis of the liveCache application issues.

    Therefore some of the LCA/liveCache errors need the LCA/liveCache development/support

    involved . And the user < customer action > has to be : open the OSS ticket to the component

    'BC-DB-LCA', provide the application scenario to reproduce the issue if you can,

    let the LCA support to logon and check your systems & logs.

    -> What errors did you see in the LCA trace? What LCA routine failed?

    Did you see the LCA RC in the application log?

    As you already know to display Meaning of Return Code of the LCA routine => use the

    transaction /SAPAPO/OM10.

    -> If the LCA application checked the LCA routine RC after the LCA routine run and the LCA routine

    code is critical => you could see the message of the 'Message class' /sapapo/om* < it's dependent of what application you are running >. For example, class /SAPAPO/OM_TS is for Messages for OM

    Management of Time Series Objects. You could run /nse91 transaction & display the message by

    the 'Message class' and known number, or you could display all message by the 'Message class' .

    Some messages are 'self-explained' < The short text describes the problem sufficiently > and another

    messages have the long text, which you could display & check the 'Procedure' section.

    -> You could review the documented often asked LCA < COM > RCs at Wiki : < All >

    -> Supply Chain Management -> FAQ -> COM Error FAQ

    Thank you and best regards, Natalia Khlopina

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