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When trying to execute this transaction FBL1N , it gives this dump

What would be the reason for this?

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2012 at 09:12 AM


    in the t code you are passing some incorrect value, so that the values in the actual and formal parmater are not compatable.

    As you are passing value 'Y' in some of the field which not compatable. Check and pass the actual value.

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2012 at 09:37 AM

    SAPDBKDF is the main program associated to logical databse KDF, theerror raised in the dump is clear enough ? 😉

    Syntax error in program "SAPDBKDF ".

    Are you in an upgrade project, or did someone change andy of the tables read in logical database KDF (*). Try to reactivate the logical database via transaction SE36 and analyze the errors raised.

    Many FI reports will dump (perform a where used on the logical database, as well as those related to customer which use FM LDB_PROCESS to read this logical database.)



    (*) Look for append to tables BSIK and BSAK, structures of those two tables must be identical. That's the reason why there are clearing information fields in the not-cleared lines table.

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