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CUA initial load failing

Hi,

I'm trying to do a intial load from a CUA to SAP IdM 7.2 SP 4 when I run the job I do get the following RFC errors

Exception reading table: 'USRSYSACT' com.sap.mw.jco.JCO$Exception: (104) RFC_ERROR_SYSTEM_FAILURE: A dynamically specified column name is unknown.

After looking at the traces in ST22 I did noticed that FILTER value that I'm sending is faling. No mater what ever I put other than * is failing. Have any one encountered the same problem.

Thanks,

Joe.P

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2012 at 07:30 AM

    Hi Joe,

    If you are passing wild characters in the filter, please check if these are supported.

    Following is a note which explains about filters and inital loading of entries. See if it helps

    Note 1398976 - SAP IdM: Filter definition for initial load of ABAP entities

    Regards,

    Ajesh.

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      Hi Raju,

      I have opened a OSS note for that. I do have another interesting issue while provisioning to CUA. It does create the the user if it's a new user in CUA, how ever when it comes to provisioning or Roles and Profiles I don't see the roles are getting added to the user in CUA. I've looked at the job logs I do not see any errors in while executing SetABAPRole&ProfileForUser the log message says it successfully modified the user. When I log into my CUA I do not see the role assignment for that user.

      Have you seen this issue is there a patch that we need to apply on CUA.

      Thanks,

      Joe.P

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