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Service Content Updates - Syntax errors

Hi Experts,

Today EWA reports failed to generate. There was a syntax error in report /1AGS/AEW_DBUDB____________060

The following syntax error occurred in program "/1AGS/AEW_DBUDB____________060

" in include "/1AGS/AEW_DBUDB____________060 " in

line 1043:

"The field "DBSNAP001118" is unknown, but there are the following field"

"s with similar names: "TBSNAME001181" and "TBSNAME001180"."

Actually, I checked the syntax using se38 and the problem did exist.

I went through this note: SAP Note 1143775 - SAP Service Content Update

And I performed the "(In)activate Updates".

After that, the report SM:EXEC SERVICES ran succesfuly and EWAs were generated. Of course the syntax error had dissapeared (checked again using SE38).

Then, my questions are:

1) is SAP delivering me a program with syntax errors or do I have another problem in my system ?

2) What do you think is the best practice to deal with service content updates and avoid this kind of problems?

Cheers,

Diego.

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 05:22 PM

    Hello,

    The syntax error relates to SDCCN service defintions.

    The dump could have also been resolved by replacing the SDCCN service defintions.

    I think it may be more likely that you had inconsistencies in your Service Defintions that was now apparent with the updates, and not that the updates caused the dump.

    You can confirm this by activating the SCU updates again and replacing the service defintions.

    Then I think you will find that the updates are fine, and the dump is addressed.

    Regards,

    Paul

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