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datasource error on transport

I made changes to a flat file datasource in development and transported it. All I did was add a couple of new fields. It worked fine with no issues in Dev. However, the transport failed when moving to QA with the error message "Error saving datasource (DataSourceName)" and further message "Inconsistent user object (DataSourceName) for PSA (psatableid)". It will not let me activate it QA thru a program and also will not let me manage the datasource. Has any one else faced this issue? If so, what causes this error and how to fix it? Thanks.

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2012 at 04:31 PM

    Hi

    It can be related to few things

    can be an rfc error

    or may be your datasource is not activated

    This one will help you :-

    Inconsistency while activating Datasource

    Regards

    Sunny

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  • Posted on Jan 16, 2012 at 05:37 PM

    Hi

    Seems some database inconsistency is there. ..You can do a check in RSRV for PSA table and try to remove inconsistency ( if any).

    Once the inconsistency is removed , move the transport once again.

    Also have a look at SAP Note 733371

    Regards

    Anindya

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