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Field WTGBTR not contained in nametab for table CE1E_B1 / Message no. KE54

Hello,

In a new sandbox, when I'm trying to maintain values for user defined characteristics using KES1, it says it cannot find the maintenance dialog for the table T20XXX.

Accordingly I executed the program - RKEAGENV to regenerate views for all user defined characteristics, but while doing same, I'm getting the below error, and it comes out.

Field WTGBTR not contained in nametab for table CE1E_B1

Message no. KE543

I have no reference to that field either in COPA data structure.

I have re-generated/re-activated COPA and executed RKEAGENF and also tried executing RKEREOFC. But still with permuations all these, the error persists.

May you please help

Thanks

Balla

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    Posted on Aug 08, 2011 at 06:45 PM

    Hello,

    You try follow the instructions in SAP note 872175 and apply solution of the SAP note

    942785 in order to successfully run program RKEAGENV i.e run the program

    RKEAGENV in the debug mode and set the parameter no_jb to 'X'.

    It is not enough to just apply the coding corrections in the notes.

    You also need to follow the instructions mentioned in both the notes.

    1. Activate and Execute report ZJBREOFC

    2. Run report RKEAGENF for banking template operating concern E_B1.

    The selection fill up as follows:

    Operating concern: "E_B1"

    Structure: leave blank

    Type of CO-PA: "1"

    Refill : "X".

    Then a run of report RKEAGENV should proceed successfully.

    Regards,

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2011 at 07:06 PM

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