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LIST_LINE_NOT_FOUND Exception Raised (WRITE Sentence)

Hi guys!

I'm back with a new issue:

I have developped a program which i use to load data in several infotyes, and while the process is being executed, I'm writing some info (Using WRITE Sentence), just to show a log, when the process is done.

When i run the program in dialog mode, everything's fine and the log shows OK, but when i run it in background mode, i got this dump, after printing about 400 - 500 lines in the Spool.

I'm pretty confident that this is not a developpment issue, (maybe something related with the spool, 'cause when i ran it with another user it crashes at line number 100 - 110, meaning it prints even less lines).

The thing is that i am not an expert in these issues and i was wondering if you guys could give me a hand on this.

Thanks a lot.

Regards.

Zapicas.

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2010 at 09:28 AM

    hi,

    Check the Spool parameters in the system using txn SPAD .

    You may try deleting the old spool requests.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      I have had same problem which in my case was cause by altering sy table. I was using CLEAR sy. in my program. Looks like SY holds some internal information about returning points, so if you use CLEAR sy or modify sy in any way, take care!

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