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Runtime error

Dear Consultants ,

I am getting the runtime error ehen I am loading the data into DSO. Kindly suggest .

Runtime Errors MESSAGE_TYPE_X

Date and Time 2011/04/22 09:25:01

Short text

The current application triggered a termination with a short dump.

What happened?

The current application program detected a situation which really

should not occur. Therefore, a termination with a short dump was

triggered on purpose by the key word MESSAGE (type X).

Error analysis

Short text of error message:

Req. 0000066789 in DataStore ZFIGL_01 must have QM status green before i

t is activated

Long text of error message:

Technical information about the message:

Message class....... "RSM1"

Number.............. 110

Variable 1.......... 0000066789

Variable 2.......... "ZFIGL_01"

Variable 3.......... " "

Variable 4.......... " "

Edited by: ram.ch on Apr 22, 2011 9:13 AM

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    Posted on Apr 22, 2011 at 08:45 AM

    Hi ,

    There is a setting in ODS change..'Set Quality Status to 'OK' Automatically'.

    tick that and then..activate the ODS..

    By this..any request loaded in ODS..will automatically be turned to GREEN. For more help on this press F1 on that option and you will be able to read more on this .

    Or if you dont want to use this option. Goto ODS. Goto the manage screen of the ODS.

    Click on the traffic lights for the request u want to activate..and then do manual QM change of its status to GREEN..and then try activating your request again . The request wil get activated now .

    Hope the above reply was helpful.

    Regards,

    Ashutosh Singh

    Edited by: DEADLOCKS on Apr 22, 2011 10:46 AM

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