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How to delete invalid PCD Objects?


I have a problem with a delta link.

We deleted the target object but a delta link seems to be active in a page.

If we display the page, we get the message: Page could not create the iView

When I navigate to the page i couldn't see the dead link.

With the PCD Inspector I could find the object, but PCD Inspector is read-only.

How can I correct the page?



P.S. we are on EP6 SP2 P3 HF7

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2004 at 01:39 PM

    It is read only, because it must be opened by somebody. Alternatively go to Monitoring and release the lock under System Administration.



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  • Posted on Jul 16, 2004 at 06:07 AM

    What do you mean with:

    Because it must be opened by somebody.

    Can I do that?

    Under System Administration -> locked objects, no objects are to release. Or do you mean I should release something generally? But where?



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    • Former Member

      Hi Helge,

      we had a similar problem with roles that were no longer available. We could still see them in PCD inspector, but we could not find them "in the PCD". As long as there is no read/write PCD inspector tool for everyone there is no way to remove this items as far as I know.

      After we opened an OSS call we received a PAR file (ConsistencyCheck) from SAP which was able to detect and delete our "invisible" roles in the database. Maybe you should try to open an OSS call as well.

      Hope this helps,


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