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Express document " update was terminated" when running the Batch input

Hi ALL,

I am getting the Express document " update was terminated" while running the Batch input session on foreground for depreciaion. I have checked the number range for the relavent company code and it is correct. By anlysing this through SM13 the error text is as below:

00 671: ABAP/4 processor: SAPSQL_ARRAY_INSERT_DUPREC.

What could be the cause? Help me.

Thanks in advance

Shankar

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    Posted on Mar 20, 2009 at 08:19 AM

    Hi

    Try to check for SAP notes with ABAP assistance

    Thank You,

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      Hi,

      I have checked the SAP Notes and found some 52 Notes relevant to this type of Update termination. But Not able to locate the Note which is relevant to this problem. But i think it is belonging to the duplication of document.

      Actually when i see the entries in TABA table it is showing as documents exists for the period 12 from 300005985 to 300006444. But this entry does not have X in the last column (for XBUKZ). When i recreated the session and running through foreground first it is taking the document number as 300005985 and going to the update terminated message.Is it i have to delete the entries in TABA table before running the session RABUCH?

      Kindly advise

      shankar

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