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Technical Issue

Hi Guys,

One of the Job got failed at DSO activation level, I checked the Error and there unit mismatch. We use to do that changes.

But Nowadays i cant able to do changes.

The two ways i use are

1.Use Filter and search for field i need to change, it pulls the erroneous record and correct it.

2. I select all the request in PSA Maintenance and search that particular and correct it.

I cant able to do in both ways, I attached screen shot. It through me some error message. i cant get that please help...

Note : We don't have access for SE 16 t code.

Please reply soon ...

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 06:37 AM

    Hi,

    Is ZLINE_ITEM is master data?

    Can you please check if you can load it and then run the activation process.

    If above does not help then can you exclude the Value of ZLINE_ITEM in DTP filter and load DSO again.

    Please check .

    Also check what is type mismatch If infoobject ZLINE_ITEM is NUMC ? then it will allow only numbers and not characters.

    Is lower case option checked for this infoobject? 'g; is coming lowercase.

    Thanks & Regards

    Deepak Chavan.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 06:44 AM

    Hi Shashi,

    Since the activation step of the DSO only failed, you can still look for the erroneous record in the new table of the DSO.

    From which, find the data package in which the erroneous records resides.

    You can only able to edit the PSA only if you delete the previous request from the DSO and delete PSA request and trigger infopackage again.

    Check and let us know whether you could able to do any of the above.

    Br,

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