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Wrong order of calls <- CALL opendir

Hello,

I am getting this error message in Mini SAP:

Wrong order of calls <- CALL opendir

This happens in transaction AL11 when double clicking DIR_TRANS. I´ve read some posts here but answers apply to big brother (Netweaver) .... and I have no experience with system administration.

I don´t think it is a matter of authorization. I have SAP_ALL, S_A.SYSTEM and SAP_NEW

Can somebody tell me what to do ??

Thanks.

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 09:11 AM

    Hi,

    This has nothing to do with you SAP authorization, this error means this>>

    User on Operating system Level in our case <sidadm> has no access authorizaiton to DIR_trans

    or DIR_TRANS is reffering to non existing direcotry.

    So check if directories are correct and adapt DIR_TRANS.

    Please double check also "share" access right on OS level

    For futher help, give to us also you platform and version.

    Best regards,

    Peter Nechala

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      fortunately I found and corrected the problem reading some blogs in this site:

      [/people/manfred.lutz/blog/2007/04/25/abap-trial-version-for-newbies-part-8-exporting-development-objects-from-sp8|/people/manfred.lutz/blog/2007/04/25/abap-trial-version-for-newbies-part-8-exporting-development-objects-from-sp8]

      [/people/manfred.lutz/blog/2007/04/27/abap-trial-version-for-newbies-part-9-importing-a-transport-into-sp1112|/people/manfred.lutz/blog/2007/04/27/abap-trial-version-for-newbies-part-9-importing-a-transport-into-sp1112]

      Greetings

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