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Stnadard transformation giving error

Hi,

During activation of DSO 'PO - Account Assignment' for the SRM module, the Transformation from data source 0SRM_TD_PO_ACC to info source 0SRM_TD_PO_ACC is not coming in valid state. When I tried to activate it manually it gave me syntax errors for the transformation.

One of The error message is Rule (target: 0BBP_SYS_BE, group: 01 Standard Group): Syntax error in routine

Message no. RSTRAN523.

Thanks

Niren

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    Posted on Jul 07, 2008 at 10:36 AM

    Plz check if you have used any routines in the transformation.

    If yes, please open the routines individually and use the "Check" facility to check if there are any syntax errors in there. Maybe you have missed something.

    Regards

    Anujit Ghosh

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Thank you for your response. I am activating business content reports and the transformations have routines but when i go into the routines and used the check facility it is coming up with errors.

      Ideally the standard routines should be activated. but the routines do not seem to have sensible content.

      Kindly help me out here.

      kind Regards

      Niren

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