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Jan 21, 2010 at 04:23 PM

Sales oreder and billing transaction dumps (Syntax_error)

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Hi Everyone,

Recently we have upgraded support patches in DEV(ECC 6.0) server and in process of doing internal testing.

We are getting sales order and billing transaction dupms- SYNTAX_ERRROR for the table VBAP and VBRP after support pakcages upgrade in ECC 6.0. due to the tables VBAP & VBRP version management not activated properly .

Can some one please assist me how to fix this?

Below is the dump details:

Syntax error in program "SAPMV45A ".

What happened?

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Error in the ABAP Application Program

The current ABAP program "????????????????????????????????????????" had to be

terminated because it has

come across a statement that unfortunately cannot be executed.

The following syntax error occurred in program "SAPMV45A " in include

"MV45AO0T_TEXTE_SUEDAMERIKA_SEL " in

line 35:

"The data object "VBAP" has no component called "J_1BTAXLW4", but there"

" are the following components with similar names: "J_1BTAXLW2", "J_1BT"

"AXLW3", and "J_1BTAXLW1"."

" "

The include has been created and last changed by:

Created by: "SAP "

Last changed by: "SAP "

Error in the ABAP Application Program

Error analysis

The following syntax error was found in the program SAPMV45A :

"The data object "VBAP" has no component called "J_1BTAXLW4", but there"

" are the following components with similar names: "J_1BTAXLW2", "J_1BT"

"AXLW3", and "J_1BTAXLW1"."

Internal notes

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The termination was triggered in function "ab_genprog"

of the SAP kernel, in line 1584 of the module

"//bas/700_REL/src/krn/runt/abgen.c#14".

The internal operation just processed is " ".

Internal mode was started at 20100121111327.

Program name.........: "SAPMV45A ".

Error message........: "The data object "VBAP" has no component called

"J_1BTAXLW4", but there".

" "

The current ABAP program "????????????????????????????????????????" had to be

terminated because it has

come across a statement that unfortunately cannot be executed.

Thanks & Regards,

Vinod