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RFC_ERROR_SYSTEM_FAILURE by calling RSPLSSE_SERVICE_EXECUTE in FOX

Hello,

i have a FOX formula.

CALL FUNCTION RSPLSSE_SERVICE_EXECUTE

EXPORTING

I_SERVICE = ZTEV_PF_DELETE_ROW

I_AGGRLEVEL = TEV_AE_GE

I_SELOBJ = TEV_WT_G_1_KORG.

ZTEV_PF_DELETE_ROW IP function deletes a row in a analysis webitem.

TEV_AE_GE i an aggregation level.

TEV_WT_G_1_KORG is the query.

The actual fox formula has some variables (as conditions) which are generated by some user exits.

Now when use the formula/function check button, there comes the error:

RfcCheckContinue: Es ist eine Ausnahme aufgetreten, die nicht abgefangen wurde., error key: RFC_ERROR_SYSTEM_FAILURE.

When i call the fox formula which includes the ZTEV_PF_DELETE_ROW in the Web template, there comes the error:

ABEND RSBOLAP (000): Programmfehler in Klasse SAPMSSY1 Methode : UNCAUGHT_EXCEPTION

MSGV1: SAPMSSY1

MSGV3: UNCAUGHT_EXCEPTION

ABEND: Programmfehler in Klasse SAPMSSY1 Methode : UNCAUGHT_EXCEPTION

ABEND: Systemfehler in Programm CL_RSR_OLAP_AREA und Form RELEASE_PLAN_BUFFER-01- (Langtext beachten)

Could somebody help me with it?

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  • Posted on Apr 20, 2011 at 09:58 PM

    Hello

    It looks like the call to the RSPLSSE_SERVICE_EXECUTE is not possible. I check its status is not released to be used by customers. I do not recommend you to do so.

    Why are you calling that in the code instead of running it inside a standard sequence? Is that possible?

    Best regards

    Lucimar

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    • Former Member

      Hello,

      its in the code because i have to check if a customer has selected a line in the wad IP web analisys item.

      Because if he don't chose a line, everything in the planing and delta buffer will be deleted and not only one line.

      And i wanted to check it in a fox formula.

      Do you know an other way to check if a line or multiple lines are selected?

      Edited by: Andreas Urban on Apr 21, 2011 8:11 AM

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