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PSA Loading fails

Hi gurus,

I get an error in sm58 in our ERP system. The error message is ERROR REQU_D38IW3WD0XGK1DA48DM96N12J PG# 8 in BW in functions module RSAR_TRFC_DATA_RECEIVED. The loading in the PSA fails...

Our related extractor is 0UC_ISU_29.

We already reactivate the transfer rules via the program RS_TRANSTRU_ACTIVATE_ALL.

All of our extractions fail for the moment.

Can you help ?



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    Posted on Nov 15, 2012 at 05:28 PM


    The problem of error in FM RSAR_TRFC_DATA_RECEIVED here is the new

    Standard TRFC Scheduler (Tx SMQS), which is set as default from RFC

    (in Netweaver 2004s) for BI 7.x.

    I would recommend to switch off the new

    Standard TRFC to the 'old BW 3.X'-Loading method without using SMQS.

    Then your BI will execute the data

    packages immediately - then these problems will not appear anymore.

    Please have a look at the SAP note 916706 to get more information.

    After switching off Standard TRFC (Note 916706) the BI data transfer

    method will be executed and regulated by BI Service API between source

    and target system (not by new Standard TRFC).



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    • Hi,

      I don't know of any effects these changes will have on existing/7.x extractions.

      The following note explains this more detailed:

      153967 BI Content Release Strategy

      For the upgrade of component of ADDON BI_CONT 704 to 707
      Please check note:
      1678780 Installation or upgrade of BI_CONT/BI_CONT_XT 7x7

      If you are upgrading the BI_CONT from 704 to 706 use the package

      SAPK-706BHINBICONT to perform the upgrade.

      For upgrade dependency checks I would recommend you to check for any
      known dependencies using the tool at the following link for all your
      SAP products:

      It is recommendable to

      have an up-to-date SP level on all systems.



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