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DataSource 0WBS_ELEMT_USR_ATTR; swith to package PS_IS_EHP3_SFWS_SC is off

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I am getting this error "DataSource 0WBS_ELEMT_USR_ATTR; swith to package PS_IS_EHP3_SFWS_SC is off" while activation of the Project System's datasource in ECC6 through RSA5 Transaction. I have looked for notes on this error at service market place but no luck. One of the forums listed in SDN proposing to activate EHP 3 in ECC but we are on EHP 5. Could you please provide any solution if you have experienced before.

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 04:00 PM

    The DataSource you are referring to belongs to a development made in

    ECC600 EhP3. In order for this (and others as well) DataSources be

    accessible you need to activate the respective switch.

    The switch actually is called 'PS_SFWS_SC1' and 'PS_IS_EHP3_SFWS_SC' is

    just one of the packages.

    You can start transaction SFW1 and enter the switch (PS_SFWS_SC1) and in

    the list of packages 'PS_IS_EHP3_SFWS_SC' is given.

    please try to switch (PS_SFWS_SC1) on in SFW1.

    example:

    - SFW1 -> PS_SFWS_SC1 -> Properties tab:

    Description Coding Switch for PS Ehp3

    Long Text Coding Switch for PS Ehp3

    Global Status off <

    Switch Cl. Position

    PS_SFWS_SC1 000 off

    PS_SFWS_SC1 001 off

    PS_SFWS_SC1 066 off

    PS_SFWS_SC1 211 off

    PS_SFWS_SC1 212 off

    About how to switch on the package check. Please consider the following

    note:

    - 648898 Switching on the package check

    regards,

    Colin Moloney

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