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SAP PI transport issue

Hi Experts,

I am doing a SAP PI scenario from MDM to SAP BI. Now, while releasing the transport from teh BI/BW box I am getting an error

Object CINC ZPI_CL_ARTICLE_DATA_MANAGEMEN1CCDEF is inactive. Now, I do not have an object named

Object CINC ZPI_CL_ARTICLE_DATA_MANAGEMEN1CCDEF. My class name is ZPI_CL_ARTICLE_DATA_MANAGEMEN1.

I am using abap proxy to connect to BW from PI.

Can you please let me know whether this is a SAP bug or some error.

Thanks Aniruddha

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  • Posted on Feb 15, 2012 at 01:09 PM

    Hi Aniruddha,

    The "CINC" at the beginning there stands for "Class Include (ABAP Objects)", and the CCDEF ending is for defining local classes within your main class ZPI_CL_ARTICLE_DATA_MANAGEMEN1. So to activate that one, go to se24, display your class, go to Local Class Implementations (Ctrl + Shift + F6) and activate.

    Hope this helps,

    Greg

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2012 at 01:13 PM

    hi,

    That's certainly not a sap bug... but have a look on your transport request (SE01 / SE10), you certainly have this object defined inside.

    So there is two ways: either you delete the corresponding entry in your transport request (if you are sure at 100 % that this object is not used... becareful, because when you create an abap proxy, SAP create different objects and not only the class (like the table strcuture, line structure....) and why not a definition.

    The other way is to keep this object in your transport request and to activate it. and transport it (again) with all your other abap proxy objects.

    Mickael

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2015 at 02:47 PM

    Hello Aniruddha,

    I am facing the same issue. Please share if this problem was resolved and what measures did you take to resolve this issue.

    Thanks,

    Rahul

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