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DUMP when reconstructing data in ODS


After upgrading from BW2.0B to BW3.5, some modifications in ABAP syntax are applied in programs (cf. transaction SGEN).

I have the following problem.

Programs that reconstruct requests (previously deleted from ODS) are not regenerated because the corresponding source system-although active-is not reachable via the RFC connection (historic data from another BW client that does not exist anymore).

When trying to reconstruct I get a dump with the following message:

"Exception "TOO_MUCH_ERRORS" does not exist. However, there is an exception "TOO_MANY_ERRORS" with a similar name."

I tried to use the FM



without success.


Do you see another mean to regenerate the programs?

Is there even a solution, accounting to the fact that the RFC connection cannot be used?



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    Posted on Jan 05, 2005 at 12:48 PM

    Hi Laurent,

    are you aware of OSS note 602645? It is not valid for 3.5, I know but maybe the problem is also fixed in a higher support package of 3.5. Have you applied any Support Package, yet, after the upgrade? If the problem persists, I think it's best to open an OSS with a hint to the above mentioned note (and maybe try whether the correction attached to that note also works for 3.5.

    Regards, Klaus

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      Hi Klaus,

      I knew this note.

      However, the SP level is currently SP09 for BW3.5.

      This means that the correction is implemented.

      The issue comes from the fact that the programs in question were created in a previous release (BW1.2?) and have not been regenerated after the upgrade due to the very reason that the source system cannot be reached anymore.

      Is this clear?


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