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Error while activating MSMP BC set

Hello,

I am getting this error while activating MSMP BCSETS

@5C@ GRC_MSMP_CONFIGURATION V_GRFNMWCNESCTYP Entry SAP_GRAC_SPM_AUDIT_REVIEW does not exist in GRFNMWCNPRCS (check entry) 001SAP_GRAC_SPM_AUDIT_REVIEW AGENT @35@

Thanks,

Prasant

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 09:06 PM

    Hi,

    I have seen that error when activating the BC-set also. But iI recall that I have nto had any bad affect from it and was able to configure and get GRC AC 10.0 working fine.

    From what I could gather and understand, that error comes up as some of those entries are activated with blank entries, which makes sense as you would not have activated certain MSMP processes yet.

    I suggest carrying on activating the BC sets and configuring the tool and see how things go. Hopefully you wont have any issues.

    All the best.

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      Rajan,

      From what I recall seeing, you will get that error via normal mode and expert mode, but it is recommended to activate the BC sets in expert mode.

      Once you start configuring the MSMP processes and workflows there should be no issues, as the required information would be populated into those tables etc.

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2011 at 09:57 PM

    Saw a note ths is known issue fixed

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Heraleen,

      Note no. is 1576444. And as per note Activate the BC Set in Expert Mode when seen in SCPR20.

      You can ignore such warnings as "<table-name> does not contain data at all levels" and continue activation in Expert mode.

      Thanks,

      Inder

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