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SUM Error in Phase MAIN_SHDIMP/SUBMOD_SHD2_RUN/JOB_RSUPG_WRP_SHD2

Hi Guis,

I have an Issue in SUM Phase MAIN_SHDIMP/SUBMOD_SHD2_RUN/JOB_RSUPG_WRP_SHD2

The logfiles shows a problem with one of our Z-Tables

Error analysis -------------- In an SAP Open SQL statement, a table is specified that either does not exist on the database, or that is not known to the ABAP Data Dictionary.\n This is table "ZTF_VC_CDOBJCL_C", or another table which the statement wants to access. The database has returned SQL code "SQL code: -942" with the error text "SQL message: POS(55) Unknown table name:ZTF_VC_CDOBJCL_C".

When I log in to the Shadow System and search for this Table I can find it and it is in State active, I also have checked if the are inconsistencies in the abap but evriting ist fine.

When I go to the table with TX code SE16 and put the table name in the field and execute it the table is there but when I press F8 (execute) then I get a short Dump.

This dump occurse also when the SUM report runs.

can somebody help me?

Thanks in advance

Vincenzo

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3 Answers

  • Dec 21, 2016 at 09:45 AM

    What I have also done:

    Activated and adjust the Table as ddic user in TX se16

    I also have checekd if Database Object is consistent for both Database Object and Runtime object.

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  • Dec 22, 2016 at 07:55 AM

    Hi Vincenzo.

    Could you share the dump & Check the table level consistence in main instance.

    BR

    SS

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  • Dec 28, 2016 at 06:33 PM

    Hi Vincenzo,

    Have you tried regenerating the table maintenance program via SE16, as described in Note 2068186?

    Also, which version and patch level of SUM are you using, and what is your NetWeaver release (source/target)? What database platform?

    Cheers,
    Matt

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