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ASSERTION FAILED DUMP

Hi All,

Some of the users using my appliation is getting the below error.

Short text

The ASSERT condition was violated.

What happened?

In the running application program, the ASSERT statement recognized a

situation that should not have occurred.

The runtime error was triggered for one of these reasons:

- For the checkpoint group specified with the ASSERT statement, the

activation mode is set to "abort".

- Via a system variant, the activation mode is globally set to "abort"

for checkpoint groups in this system.

- The activation mode is set to "abort" on program level.

- The ASSERT statement is not assigned to any checkpoint group.

What can you do?

Note down which actions and inputs caused the error.

To process the problem further, contact you SAP system

administrator.

Using Transaction ST22 for ABAP Dump Analysis, you can look

at and manage termination messages, and you can also

keep them for a long time.

The application is working fine for many other users. Only few are facing this issue. They are getting this dump when they are trying to submit the data. What could be the issue?

I checked with the Authorization roles assigned for them. Everything is fine. Is there any special authorization needed to update the table?

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