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Short Dump on creating a new Consolidation Area

Having the following errors when trying to create a new Consolidation Area. Have tried searching for these errors but they seem fairly generic and nothing specific to SEM-BCS consolidation area.

Runtime errors: OBJECTS_OBJREF_NOT_ASSIGNED

Exception: CX_SY_REF_IS_INITIAL

Runtime errors: ASSIGN_CASTING_ILLEGAL_CAST

Exception: CX_SY_ASSIGN_CAST_ILLEGAL_CAST

Appreciate any input.

SEM-BW 6.04

SECBCS 3.51

PBFBI 7.01

FINBASIS 6.04

Thanks, A

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 11:18 PM

    did your data basis save properly? have you saved a consolidation area in your settings and subsequently deleted it? looks like something didn't properly save. redo creation of data basis and saving and choose a new name, so it wouldn't reference something you may have deleted.

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      Thanks Greg.

      The new consolidation area I created saved with an error. I have since deleted the data basis I created for the new consolidation area. I then tried to delete this new consolidation area (it has a bolt arrow icon) but that is when I get a short dump.

      Cheers, A

  • Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 09:14 PM

    It was not necessary to delete ConsArea or a databasis. The proper databasis regeneration would be enough. This forum contains almost several hundreds of such issues. Try to find them by using keywords like "databasis generation inconsistency".

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