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Error while generating Data Objects in sdoe_wb SAP for Basis component

Dear all,

While generating SAP BASIS Components getting error

After installations of SAP Netweaver Mobile 7.1 SP11 and all the Notes applied for SP11 i have done the Generation for all the SAP BASIS Data Objects

All the Data objects are generated except AGENT_CONFIG, ARCHIVE

When i check the same in smq2 it shows the error in Function module SDOE_GENERATE_MBO for the user FUNC001,in status text it shows "connection closed (no data)"

kindly help on this issue.



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  • Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 06:39 AM

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2011 at 11:48 AM


    I got this error for time to time if I did run into a timeout. Just a simple and perhaps stupid question - but did you try to restart the queue in SMQ2? In 99% of all cases this works fine for me

    Hope this helps!



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      well, I guess if you mean you did reset the queue - you deleted all emtries with error. Try to avoid this in the future - you will get unwanted side effects by that. There are only a few errors that make this behaviour necessary.

      Usually you should select the entry on the first screen - so you see the status of the queue on the second one. On there you can select the queue and while pressing the green tick, you can restart it. If it is a timeout - this restart usually helps.

      Wondering why you have an issue with basis objects - did you run through the complete setup guide up to this point?



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