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Problem in Delete PSA Request

Hello Guys,

I have come across a strange behavior of Delete PSA Request variant in Process Chains. When I am trying to delete PSA through Process Chain, I could delete PSA of all datasources except 0CO_OM_WBS_1.

I tried it through different combinations, but could not delete data in 0CO_OM_WBS_1 through Process Chain. Can anyone help me through this, or any valid explanations on this front.

Thanks,

Saurabh

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2011 at 11:50 AM

    Hi,

    It may be because the data sourc you are using is a BI7.0 data source unlike many othere wich are basically emulated data sources from BW3.X version. You can try deletion of the PSA using the name as 0CO_OM_WBS_1_PA.

    Navesh

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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2011 at 12:40 PM

    Hi saurabh,

    It seems that you have some inconsistent requests in your PSA. Try running the program RSAR_PSA_CLEANUP_DIRECTORY/_MS and give your PSA technical name there which can be easliy found out once you click on the manage tab of you PSA at the top.

    Just put that technical name & run the program in repair mode. One the program is success full, your chain should be able to delete the requests there after.

    Check the Below thread, on how to delete the inconsistent requests from PSA.

    Finding out the details of the user who deleted a PSA request manually

    hope that the info helps you.

    Thanks

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