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Problem with activation of Master Data 0UCINSTALLA

Hello Everybody,

I'm working on a BW 3.5.

I have a problem with the activation of master data of one Infoobject. When I try to activate the data SAP gives me the message that all the data is active. But when I try to change something on the infoobject I get the error message:

Characteristic 0UCINSTALLA: Master data has to be activated before conversion.

So I have a small problem as you can see. When I try to activate something SAP says that it is active and when I try to change something in the infoobject SAP says it is not active.

When I do my check in RSRV of my infoobject I get the following error messages:

Characteristic 0UCINSTALLA: 79.579 values from table /BI0/SUCINSTALLA do not exist in table /BI0/QUCINSTALLA

Characteristic 0UCINSTALLA: 79.579 values from table /BI0/PUCINSTALLA do not exist in table /BI0/QUCINSTALLA

Characteristic 0UCINSTALLA: Chain of active intervals: 81.858 gaps (show max. 50):

When I ask that he corrects these errors SAP suggest to rebuild the X and Y tables. After rebuilding the error still exists.

Also with SE14 when I do the convertion of the tables (forced and not forced ) the error still occurs.

Does anybody have any idea? Any suggestion is welcome.

Greets,

Jeroen

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    Posted on Feb 22, 2005 at 04:59 PM

    Hi Jeroen,

    We are experiencing the same issue and it is mentioned in OSS Note 657467. Looks like there is a bug and depending on which version and support pack you are using, you may have to go to upgrade to a newer support pack.

    I am just curious to know which version and support pack you are at.

    Regards,

    Abdul

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      We are already at BW 3.5 so this problem should be already solved but it describes our problem very well. For you problem you can force the activation by adding a line in the table RSDDCHNGPROT but it is at your own risk. 😊

      Greets,

      J

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