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5P407 error

Hello experts,

some time ago I deactivated some lines in our general schema because we did not want that calculation to happen.

There was also a rule involved and a function.

Now I activated again these lines and I get the message 5P407 that the function does not exist.

How come? I did not make any changes in function.

As a side comment I would also like to comment that this forum was for much more helpful in the previous forum. I find the current form more difficult to use, not that easy to use, not that easy to find information. Actually I cannot even find the search option in existing threads.So dissapointed, because it was a great forum....maybe the best.


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    Posted on Jun 06, 2012 at 12:10 PM


    Schema are client dependent. SAP delievers standard schema, which are stored in tables:

    T52CD: system table, no client key, schema directory
    T52C0: system table, no client key, schema content.

    When user maintains a schema in a client, e.g. 200, the modified schema will be stored in two other tables:

    T52CC: customizing table, with clinet key, schema directory
    T52C1: customizing table, with clinet key, schema content.

    Tranaction PE01 will search for T52CC/T52C1 first. If not found, system will go ahead and look for tables T52CD/T52C0.

    Kindly check whether you have changed the schema in client or sap delivered

    You can use SE16 to compare table T52C1 (customer modified schema) and T52C0 (SAP delivered schema). Program RPUSCC00 can be used to compare SAP changes with custom changes in client 000.

    Rules are client dependent.

    T52CE: rule directory

    T52C5: rule content

    Kindly check your system with the above information.

    With Regards,


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