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BPC 7.5: Issue with the How To Automate master data loads

Hello,

We are currently trying to implement the how to automate master data load on a BPC 7.5 NW platform.

We have an issue with the programs included in the transport.

The import of the transport ended with RC 8 due to a syntax error in "ZCL_UJD_MASTER_LOAD", "ZUJA_UPDATE_BPC_DIM" and "ZUJA_UPDATE_BPC_DIM_LOCK".

- When we look at the ZCL_UJD_MASTER_LOAD program it says ""ME->DO_CONFIG" is not type-compatible with formal parameter "IO_CONFIG"". The error seems to be on line 7 of the INIT form, the call method "CALL METHOD cl_ujd_utility=>get_param_withlog"

- For the two others it says "Structures with components that are not character-like cannot be displayed on the selection screen.", which might not be important, we still have to check this when we will use those programs.

Does anyone knows how to fix those programs?

Thanks in advance!

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    Posted on May 17, 2010 at 01:28 PM

    Issue closed, there is now a standard process chain to upload MD.

    Those programs are not required.

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 11:45 AM

    Hi Experts,

    Can anyone tell about the standard process chain?

    Thanks,

    Nanda

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