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Loading 0BWTC_C03 - CL_RSDM_READ_MASTER_DATA

I have BW statistics working fine in our dev environment. The picture is not so rosy in QA. I have loaded all the master data and I am initialising the deltas for the cubes. Every one bar 0BWTC_C03 has loaded in fine. When I attempt to load 0BWTC_C03 I get a short dump:

<b>

The termination occurred in the ABAP program "CL_RSDM_READ_MASTER_DATA======CP

" in "SID_TO_VALUE".

The main program was "SBIE0001 ".

The termination occurred in line 9 of the source code of the (Include)

program "CL_RSDM_READ_MASTER_DATA======CM019 "

of the source code of program "CL_RSDM_READ_MASTER_DATA======CM019 " (when

calling the editor 90).

The program "CL_RSDM_READ_MASTER_DATA======CP " was started as a background

job. </b>

The code extract is:

<b>000010 METHOD sid_to_value .

000020

000030 CALL METHOD sidvaldirect_read

000040 CHANGING

000050 c_ta_sidval = c_ta_valsid

000060 EXCEPTIONS

000070 x_message = rsdmc_c_x_message.

000080 IF sy-subrc <> 0.

> RAISE x_message.

000100 ENDIF.

000110

000120 ENDMETHOD.</b>

Any suggestions?

Ian.

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2004 at 11:17 AM

    Hi Ian,

    did you check the OSS Notes 731419 and 736703 'Short Dump extracting 0BWTC_C03' ?

    Hope it helps !

    Bye,

    Roberto

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