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CNVMBTDTL_CLUSTER_DELETE job aborted - missing required key field

Hi Experts,

I believe this problem has been reported before.

The CNV_MBT_CNVMBTDTL_CLUSTER_DELETE (Postprocessing: PC002_DTL_CLUSTER_DELETE_SND) was aborted.

In the job log, the failure was due to missing required fields.

The recommendation is to run the SGEN transaction to regenerate the DMIS components.

But what I would llike understand is what is causing this problem? Why do the DMIS component need to be regen?

Thank you!

Best Regards,

Bee Huang

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    Former Member
    Jun 25, 2010 at 05:27 PM

    Hello Bee,

    This is not a SP14 bug. This problem has been faced by few customers on previous releases as well.

    As such i think there is no note for it.

    But keeping it simple, running SGEN is the simplest solution. I am not sure why you don't want to go with this solution.

    - Niraj

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    Former Member
    Jun 24, 2010 at 06:50 PM

    Did you run SGEN after applying DMIS?

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    Jun 24, 2010 at 09:22 PM

    Hello Bee Huang,

    The reason is that there is a mismatch in the parameters of report CNVMBTDTL_CLUSTER_DELETE, means there are additional parameters that were set to obligatory but no values being passed to those parameters.

    To resolve this, we have to regenerate the report 'CNVMBTDTL_CLUSTER_DELETE'(via transaction SGEN).

    - Niraj

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    • Hi Niraj and all,

      Thank you for your response!

      I have not run the SGEN but would like to understand the reason. Any note to address this problem? We just upgraded to SP14 for DMIS/DMIS_CNT. We did not see this problem earlier on in a lower SP. Is the bug related to SP14?

      Thank you again.

      Best Regards,

      Bee Huang