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0material activation error

Hi all.

I'm trying to activate 0material from BI content, but it has a lot of issues like this one...

"Attribute 0CRM_PROD from characteristic 0MATERIAL not (actively) available"

So I manually tried to activate the characteristic 0CRM_PROD and it shows me the next error message...

"Attribute 0MATERIAL from characteristic 0CRM_PROD not (actively) available"

Do somebody knows how to activate both characteristics?


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    Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 03:48 PM


    When you install an Info Object make sure that the underlying attributes of the InfoObject are activated. In your case when you tried activating 0MATERIAL it gave an error as 0CRM_PROD was not installed and activated. When you tried activating 0CRM_PROD it gave an 0CRM_PRREF, 0CRM_PRCONF are not active. So first make sure that all the underlying objects are installed and activated.

    Also when your installing you can select the option "Select Necessary Object" this will make sure that if there is any inter-dependency between 0MATERIAl and any other objects vice versa it would be taken care of.

    Also, Check this SAP Note 1139547. may be helpful to u.

    Hope this helps u..

    Best Regards,


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