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Hello, i have a question. i just did a transport to AP_30 to QA but getting this message in RSA3 "Errors occured during the extraction". can some body help me?

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    Posted on May 04, 2012 at 02:41 PM

    Hi

    Can you check whether transport successfully implemented or not.

    goto STMS --> F5 --> docuble click on QA system --> click on 'History' button.

    now check the return code of your transport request. It should be RC0(Successful) or RC4(Successful with warnings) and can not be RC8.

    If it RC8, check the job log(double click on symbol- red) and check whether 'Method Execution' is successfully completed or not.

    Regards,

    Venkatesh

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      Hi Vikram,

      Check the Data Source is active or not in ECC only(Is it available in RSA6).

      If the data source is based on function module then check that function module is woking fine or not.

      Have you checked this data source in DEV before importing in QA(Extraction checker).

      Even if you don't have data in Dev system you should get 'number of records 0'

      Regards,

      Venkatesh

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