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SPAU_ENH - Missing Contract Information -> Manual Adjustment


I am performing adjustment to enhancements in SPAU_ENH tcode. I have got one entry where Conflict Type = Missing Contract Information -> Manual Adjustment.

When I double click on it, it shows split window with upgraded code in left side while on right-hand side it is showing only $$ symbols on all lines of code.

Could you please let me know why it not displaying code before-upgrade on right-hand side?

How to adjust in this case?

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  • Feb 12, 2018 at 12:10 PM

    go to SE20 and in the upgrade tab, click manual adj

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    • You have the button "long text" which explains the reason of the conflict.

      In your case, you have something like that:

      • Why has this conflict occurred?
      • Within the contract, the environment of the enhancement implementation is stored. A contract is updated at each activation of the enhancement implementation; the current environment is saved.
      • In this case, the entire environment was not saved at the last activation. Therefore the contract information cannot be evaluated for the adjustment.
      • Unfortunately, the contract information cannot be updated. For this reason, you must adjust the conflict manually.
      • How can the conflict be resolved?
      • Check manually which changes were made in the specified object (for example, using the Version Management function).
      • If changes exist that affect your enhancement implementation, adjust your implementations accordingly.
      • Mark the conflict as adjusted when you have adapted the enhancement implementation, or if no relevant changes exist in the enhanced object.

      If I read well, this message says that it cannot compare automatically with the "environment saved", which maybe corresponds to "source saved", and this is maybe why it doesn't appear, and you have to compare using the classic Tools (version comparison).

      I can't tell more.