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Short Dump when trying to open C-project due to status


We have a daily batch job in CRM that reports all the project ID's and

sends e-mails out to recipients.

As part of this report it retrieves the statuses for the project ID's,

however the report short dumps when retrieving the status for one of

the projects because it is not finding an active status.

When we try and open the project in C-projects we get the same short

dump error: CX_DPR_FATAL_ERROR so we cannot view or update the status.

When we investigate this issue we find that in table CRM_JCDS there are

3 entries for this project ID. One of the statuses is inactive (I1703)

but there is another status that is active (I1701). The two status

entries were created at exactly the same date and time and by the same


In table CRM_JEST there is only one entry shown which shows an inactive

status and we believe this to be the wrong status. Please can you

advise if this status conflict is causing the problem and also how to

resolve this issue?

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2008 at 03:14 AM


    We are facing same error but in diff when user goto approval process and click on transfer

    that time we are getting error like CX_DPR_FATAL_ERROR...

    Any idea?

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  • Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 09:28 AM

    Hi Paul,

    generally, the project and its elements must have an active status in table CRM_JEST, however, at this point it is not clear how this inconsistency arised. There is no SAP standard report or a 'generally valid' solution that could solve this issue, however, I found a customer message that you have opened in September with exactly the same problem. A colleague from the development team already provided you with a correction report, but there was no feedback from your side if it helped or not.

    It is very difficult to provide help as inconsistencies can have several different causes, so the best would be to have this checked in a customer message with an example.



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