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We recently implemented the latest support stacks for SAP ERP 4.7.

We are getting the following runtime message for transactions:

FB50, FB60, TBB1, MIRO.

We need help.




Occurred on 04/30/2008 at 08:57:22


Too many parameters specified with PERFORM.


What happened?


In a subroutine call, there were more parameters than in the

routine definition.

Error in ABAP application program.

The current ABAP program "SAPLGLIN" had to be terminated because one of the

statements could not be executed.

This is probably due to an error in the ABAP program.


Error analysis


An exception occurred. This exception is dealt with in more detail below

. The exception, which is assigned to the class


caught nor passed along using a RAISING clause, in the procedure "G_RWIN_CHECK"



Since the caller of the procedure could not have expected this exception

to occur, the running program was terminated.

The reason for the exception is:

A PERFORM was used to call the routine "G_RWIN_CHECK" of the program


This routine contains exactly 3 formal parameters, but the current

call contains 4 actual parameters.



How to correct the error


The exception must either be prevented, caught within the procedure


"(FUNCTION)", or declared in the procedure's RAISING clause.

To prevent the exception, note the following:

Correct the PERFORM call. You can find out where the call

occurs in the section "Active calls / events".






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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on May 01, 2008 at 09:08 PM

    Check where this perform is called in the program of given Tcodes.

    the subroutine definition.

    u should either add one parameter to the form G_RWIN_CHECK.... endform

    or u should remove one parameter from the perform G_RWIN_CHECK, but as they are sap provided program u cant change i hope

    u can find if there is any note available to solve this probelm..

    gud luck

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