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GETWA_NOT_ASSIGNED_RANGE "SAPLEINP" or "LEINPF02" "L1_AUFBAUEN"

Dear All,

We have upgraded sap 4.7 Ext2 to ECC 6.0 EHP 5.

when execute T -code olme->scheduling agreement->display layout->details giving dump as below:

Category -ABAP Programming Error

ABAP Program - SAPLEINP,

Runtime Errors- GETWA_NOT_ASSIGNED_RANGE

Application Component MM-PUR

The current ABAP program "SAPLEINP" had to be terminated because it has come across a statement that unfortunately cannot be executed .A field symbol that was not assigned was accessed .

So kindly provide the solution for the same issue.

Regards,

Pramod Kumathekar

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2012 at 07:24 AM

    Hi Pramod,

    Please refer SAP Note 1708481.

    Solution:

    Implement SAP Note 1684860 if possible (solution delivered only via Support Package) or remove entry 211, which was added in SAP Note 1648180, from the table T162X.

    Rgds,

    Sachin

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      Dear Sachin ,

      We have upgraded the system to ECC 6.0 with enhancement package 6 .

      I have followed to implement the SAP Note : 1684860. and ended up in the errors while implementing the SAP note .

      One of the note corrections : 1098423 (Main note : 1684860) had the errors in it .

      Please suggest how can i correct this , is there any pre requisite for this note or there are any .

      or Should i go for raising OSS message to SAP .

      I noticed because of this changes its throwing the error and Dump .

      in include program LEINPTOP

      faus4 TYPE t162-faus4, "1684860

      faus5 TYPE t162-faus5,

      END OF AUSW.

      Regards

      Kiran kumar p

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