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CBS activation error

Hi All,

We are currently having an issue in one of our NWDI tracks. The broken DCs in dev buildspace have been fixed. However, in cons buildspace, the broken DCs exist. When I am trying to activate an activity, it shows the following error in the logs.

Should I try to Activate even if the build fails ?

Analyze request DC BV... started at 2012-08-01 09:55:09.793 GMT

'sap.com/crm/home/crm/ext' variant 'default'

'sap.com/crm/home/crm/ext' variant 'default' cannot be built. ACTIVATION will fail.

INVALID dependency is declared

DC 'sap.com/crm/home/crm/ext' in SC 'sap.com_SAP-CRMWEB_1' USES Non-existing DC 'sap.com/activation' [public-part: ?] AS Build-Time Dependency [validity: USED COMPONENT OR PUBLIC PART IS UNKNOWN OR UNDEFINED]

Analyze request DC BV... finished at 2012-08-01 09:55:09.871 GMT and took 78 ms

===== Pre-Processing ===== finished at 2012-08-01 09:55:09.871 GMT and took 4 s 656 ms

Change request state from PROCESSING to FAILED

Error! The following problem(s) occurred during request processing:

Error! The following error occurred during request processing:Activation failed due to component "sap.com/crm/home/crm/ext" variant "default". The component is BROKEN.

Thanks,

Nikhil

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  • Posted on Aug 01, 2012 at 12:54 PM

    Hi Nikhil,

    How did you 'fix' the broken DCs in the Dev buildspace? Please refer to the following doc and see if you need to 'Initialize' the compartment

    http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-1177

    Hope it helps.

    Dao

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