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FM HR_MAINTAIN_MASTERDATA is going crazy !

Hello,

Here is a very strange trouble we have. I' d like to know if you have already had this issue and how to solve it.

The FM HR_MAINTAIN_MASTERDATA is used in a specific FM to update actions (for interface).

On the COMMIT WORK (ligne 405) all the lock entries of the PERNR are deleted !

Then after for other infotypes we have the well known message PG 184 (Pernr is not yet locked)..and no update works of course...

It is like that since we have upgraded in EHP 6 SP3.

Any idea is appreciated to solve that very very strange behaviour.

Note that it worked very well for many years before the upgrade...

thanks

Regards,

Olivier

ps: Message OSS gives us no good answer.

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2012 at 02:57 PM

    Check the _SCOPE used in locking the employee records, it is standard behavior for COMMIT WORK to trigger a release of some locks after update task ends. I suppose a default value of the called locking FM has changed (ENQUEUE or BAPI one) ?

    _SCOPE Definition of the lock duration with respect to an SAP LUW. Possible entry values include "1" for handling the lock in the same program, "2" for transferring the lock to the update, and "3" for handling the lock in the program and in the update.

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    Raymond

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      _SCOPE is 2.

      But I have forgotten to mention that in the Developpement system, everything works fine.

      The problem appears in the Quality system (same source code, same custo, same kernel)

      via SE37, at the first launchwe have the message PG 184, BUT if we launch again (with F8 again), everything is OK ! (no more lock are deleted) and all updates are correct, like in the DEV system.

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