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SM30 behaviour after upgrade

Hi,

In our production environment a table set to delivery class A with Display/Maintenance Allowed correctly maintains via transaction SM30.

In a system that we have just applied an upgrade to the same table will not maintain with SM30 and a system non modifiable message is returned!

WORSE still is that there are tables in the upgrade system that have the same dev class and data class settings and WILL maintain via transaction SM30.Anyone seen this and know of a fix.

I have even made a change to the table and regenerated the table maintenance dialog but no change in the SM30 performance for that table thereafter.

Cheers,

Ross

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2011 at 11:38 PM

    Hi

    have you checked the attributes after the upgrade. I think the earlier table was modified using access key. correct me i am wrong. now after upgrading the table has been reset to original. please check the version also.

    shiva

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 01:50 AM

    Ross,

    What is the exact Error message you get ?

    Is your DEV system also UPGRADE affected ? What is the status in dev, are you able to modify here ?

    In SE11 --> TMG screen --> Recording Routine, mark "no, or user, recording routine" and then TRY after re-creating TMG for this table.

    BR,

    Diwakar

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  • Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 04:32 AM

    The problem is actually in the settings for the table maintenance generator. This has to be set to the user recording option and the maintenance view regenerated if the tables were originally developed before this option came into being.

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