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Runtime Errors GETWA_NOT_ASSIGNED_RANGE

Hi Experts,

I am receiving a runtime error while saving VF01 as 'getwa_not_assigned_range'

Short text

Field symbol is not assigned.

What happened?

Error in the ABAP Application Program

The current ABAP program "SAPLKEDR" had to be terminated because

come across a statement that unfortunately cannot be executed.

Error analysis

A field symbol that was not assigned was accessed

(data segment no. 30).

The field symbol is no longer assigned because there was an attem

makde previously in a Unicode program to set the field symbol usi

ASSIGN with offset and/or length specification. Here, the memory

addressed by the offset/length specification was not within the

allowed area.

let me explained what i actually did before this error came into notice.

we were working on product hierarchy.There is one table named PRODHS in which there were three fields

1) prodh1 with length 5

2) prodh2 with length 5

3) prodh3 with length 8

I made changes and added 3 more columns as per requirement and changed length as well on domain level as follows

1) prodh1 with length 2

2) prodh2 with length 2

3) prodh3 with length 4

4) prodh4 with length 4

5) prodh5 with length 4

6) prodh6 with length 2

Further i updated data element

RKEG_PAPH1 with length 5

RKEG_PAPH2 with length 10

RKEG_PAPH3 with length 18

to

RKEG_PAPH1 with length 2

RKEG_PAPH2 with length 4

RKEG_PAPH3 with length 8 and activated all the tables linked to these data elements.

Now we are noticing problem while saving VF03 related to PAPH3 and table CE0CPLG.

i am not able to find out what kind of error it is..What changes i need to be done to overcome this error.

Regards,

Raman Sharma

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