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Note 1666580 Change Request import Error


I'm implementing note 1666580 - Electronic financial statement: Account mapping in ERP

As first step I must import in my sap system 2 zip file as CR request


This files create 2 separate CR request, one of this create return an error (subrc 8 ) when I import in DEV system from STMS queue.

CR Name : E-Bilanz: New objects (Delivery via OSS Note)

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Table AQGSBWMAP does not exist in my system.. Is this normal ? Is this a really problem ?

I have alredy checked support package version for this note and it is OK and Transaction SNOTE return me "Can Be Implement"

Can you help me ?

Thanks a lot


Roberto Carini

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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2012 at 09:08 AM

    AQGSBWMAP "BI-Eigenschaften: Feldmapping eines Basis InfoSet" should exist in package SQUE

    (I don't find any note to manually create the table, it should come from installation or SP.)

    What is your SP level ? Are BI/BW active on your system ?



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    • Hi,

      My FI consultant wrote to OSS and this is the response:

      The table AQGSBWMAP is in our internal test systems in the package SQUE.This package is assigned to the component SAP_BASIS. In the note 1230334is described a change at the table AQGSBWMAP. The corresponding

      corrections are in the Support Package 17 (SAPKB70017). If the importingof Support Packages should not be an option for you, you can create the

      table yourself.

      So, I have created table manually, and now the import and generation is ok !!

      Thanks a lot for your support!



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