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Dumps in Generation of Data objects & Distribution models of MAS_SMARTPHONE

Hi everyone,

we face some problems in a project while generating the DO's and DM's of the SWCV MAS_SMARTPHONE of the mobile Gateway SP02. I did not experience these dumps in the past in other systems.

Some DO like MAS_LEAD are not being generated, a sysfail occurs with the following information:

exception = getwa_not_assigned

programm = doe_mass_actgen

If i try to generate the DO manually & synchronous, the sdoe_wb gives an error "invalid field mapping".

Does anyone know why this error occures? SAP BASIS has been sucessfully generated, only some of the MAS_SMARTPHONE Objects are making trouble.

Thanks in advance,

Tobias Abb

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2009 at 03:31 AM

    1. For DOE_MASS_ACTGEN queue problem, apply note: 1374141 and unlock the queue.

    2. Regaring Invalid mapping error. there could be following reasons:

    - RFC destination to backend is not woring

    - Bapi Wrappers has been modified in backend system

    - Data object has been modified but the new field mapping were not performed in backend adapter.

    Please check these things.

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    • Former Member Vikas Lamba

      The problem was solved within an OSS. Because we did not upgrade vom SP01 to SP02 of the MGW, there were some erroneous objects. Normally manual steps are required before upgrading to SP02, they were not done due to a direct install of SP02.

      By now all Objects have been genereated successfully. Hopefully all other steps will finish without errors.

      Thanks to everybody for the help

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