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Unable to create table due to missing entries.

Hi Guys,

We are trying to delete a setup table in ECC PRD but it is deleting table from database and is failing at the stage where it is to be created .

When checked the table MC03BF0SETUP in SE14, the option of create database is enabled however it gives a dump as follows:

Request: Create Table MC03BF0SETUP (BASIS/05.03.13/14:48)

Process: KECCQA_10

Entry in table IAORA missing

Entry in table IAORA missing

Error in code generation for creating table MC03BF0SETUP in the DB

Compare module DD_DECIDE ended with error(s)

Request for MC03BF0SETUP could not be executed

Similar issue exists in ECC QUA

When checked further , data class for the table MC03BF0SETUP in DEV is APPL1 and it is USR02 in QUA and PRD. The USR02 doesn’t exist in IAORA table. Pls suggest how do i proceed.

Best Regards,

Madhura

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  • Posted on Mar 05, 2013 at 09:51 AM

    Hi Madhura,

    Similar issue exists in ECC QUA

    When checked further , data class for the table MC03BF0SETUP in DEV is APPL1 and it is USR02 in QUA and PRD. The USR02 doesn’t exist in IAORA table. Pls suggest how do i proceed.

    Could you share IAORA and TAORA entries from DEV and QAS.

    Regards,

    Deepak Kori

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