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Solution Manager Stack 5 - SP10 Update

Dears,

After solution manager update from stack 4 to stack 5 i have encountered a SYNTAX error. Does anyone familiar with this eror? I have checked but not much same type of error occured with solution manager 7.1 stack 5. Problem occurs when i start solman_setup and initial configuration "ERROR: Syntax error in program CL_WDR_NOTIFICATION===========CP . (termination: RABAX_STATE)" Below the details of st22 dump.

Kind Regards.

Category               ABAP Programming Error

Runtime Errors         SYNTAX_ERROR

ABAP Program           SISE_POSTPROCESS==============CP

Application Component  Not Assigned

Short text

    Syntax error in program "SISE_POSTPROCESS==============CP ".

What happened?
    Error in the ABAP Application Program

    The current ABAP program "CL_SISE_ACT_CUSTOM_NOTE=======CP" had to be
     terminated because it has
    come across a statement that unfortunately cannot be executed.

    The following syntax error occurred in program
     "SISE_POSTPROCESS==============CP " in include
     "SISE_POSTPROCESS==============CM000 " in
    line 0:
    "The specified type cannot be converted into the target variables."
    " "
    " "
    " "

    The include has been created and last changed by:
    Created by: "DDIC "
    Last changed by: "DDIC "
    Error in the ABAP Application Program

    The current ABAP program "CL_SISE_ACT_CUSTOM_NOTE=======CP" had to be
     terminated because it has
    come across a statement that unfortunately cannot be executed.

What can you do?

    Please eliminate the error by performing a syntax check

    (or an extended program check) on the program "SISE_POSTPROCESS==============CP

     ".

    You can also perform the syntax check from the ABAP Editor.

Error analysis

    The following syntax error was found in the program

     SISE_POSTPROCESS==============CP :

    "The specified type cannot be converted into the target variables."

    " "

    " "

    " "

  SAP kernel....... 720
  created (date)... "Jul 8 2012 23:15:28"
  create on........ "NT 5.2 3790 S x86 MS VC++ 14.00"
  Database version. "SQL_Server_9.00 "

  Patch level. 300
  Patch text.. " "

  Database............. "MSSQL 9.00.2047 or higher"
  SAP database version. 720
  Operating system..... "Windows NT 5.0, Windows NT 5.1, Windows NT 5.2, Windows
   NT 6.0, Windows NT 6.1, Windows NT 6.2"

  Memory consumption
  Roll.... 0
  EM...... 20948960
  Heap.... 0
  Page.... 237568
  MM Used. 19553568
  MM Free. 1391824

User and Transaction
    Client.............. 001
    User................ "SOLMAN_ADMIN"
    Language key........ "E"
    Transaction......... " "
    Transaction ID...... "82C7EBE14B9AF13FAA94E4115BA8F7BC"

    EPP Whole Context ID.... "E4115BA8F7BC1EE1BAF8F05349672A94"
    EPP Connection ID....... "E4115BA8F7BC1EE1BAF8EFF3F037EA94"
    EPP Caller Counter...... 1

    Program............. "CL_SISE_ACT_CUSTOM_NOTE=======CP"
    Screen.............. "SAPMHTTP 0010"
    Screen Line......... 2
    Debugger Active..... "none"

Server-Side Connection Information
    Information on Caller of "HTTP" Connection:
    Plug-in Type.......... "HTTP"
    Caller IP............. "10.44.1.41"
    Caller Port........... 8000
    Universal Resource ID. "/sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/wd_sise_main_app"

    Program............. "CL_SISE_ACT_CUSTOM_NOTE=======CP"
    Screen.............. "SAPMHTTP 0010"
    Screen Line......... 2

    Information on Caller ofr "HTTP" Connection:
    Plug-in Type.......... "HTTP"
    Caller IP............. "100.200.111.111"
    Caller Port........... 8000
    Universal Resource Id. "/sap/bc/webdynpro/sap/wd_sise_main_app"

Information on where terminated
    Termination occurred in the ABAP program "CL_SISE_ACT_CUSTOM_NOTE=======CP" -
     in "SHOW_ME".
    The main program was "SAPMHTTP ".

    In the source code you have the termination point in line 1
    of the (Include) program "CL_SISE_ACT_CUSTOM_NOTE=======CM00D".

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