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DBIF_RSQL_INVALID_RSQL Dump while insert

Hi All,

Am getting dump DBIF_RSQL_INVALID_RSQL while inserting data to a standard table.

Code below:

INSERT /cockpit/titemo FROM TABLE lt_item_org.

This code is in the standard FM /COCKPIT/OBJ_DATA_ORG_SAVE.

Please note the internal table is of type /cockpit/titemo.

Any inputs on this would be helpful.

Thanks,

John

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    Posted on Sep 13, 2011 at 06:38 AM

    Hi Jhon,

    I am not sure but table /cockpit/titemo and function module /COCKPIT/OBJ_DATA_ORG_SAVE are not looking like as a standred table and function module respectively, please check whether /cockpit/ is a cunstomer namespace specialy assgned by SAP to your customer or your system.

    After seeing the dump name, it looks like there is a possibility that table entry is already exist in table /cockpit/titemo and you are trying to insert values for same key fields in the table.

    Also there is a possibility that you are trying to insert data from internal table lt_item_org, this statement is not looking so much effective.

    INSERT /cockpit/titemo FROM TABLE lt_item_org.

    If /COCKPIT/ is the customer namespace then you should be able to do changes and try to change avove query to

    MODIFY /cockpit/titemo FROM TABLE lt_item_org.

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