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Syntax error in program "CL_DB6_SYSCAT=================CP

Hi Experts,

I just upgraded SAP NW 7.3 BW system from SP 08-10 (Abap) and SP 07-09 (Java), the current SP status is as follow:


Unfortunately, ST04 can not be run properly, as the following error occurs:

ategory               ABAP Programming Error

untime Errors         SYNTAX_ERROR

BAP Program           CL_DB6_SYSCAT=================CP

pplication Component  BC-DB-DB6

ate and Time          12.01.2015 09:00:26

Short text

    Syntax error in program "CL_DB6_SYSCAT=================CP ".

What happened?

    Error in the ABAP application program.

    The current ABAP program "CL_DB6_DATABASE_AUTHORITY=====CP" had to be

     interrupted because it contains

    a statement that cannot be executed.

    In the include "CL_DB6_SYSCAT=================CM015 " in the line 1 of program

     "CL_DB6_SYSCAT=================CP " the following syntax

    errors occur:

    "Method "HAS_COMPRESSIBLE_INDEXES" is not declared or inherited in clas"

    "s "CL_DB6_SYSCAT". -"

    " "

    " "

    Author and last person to change the include are:

    Author "HOTDSBC "

    Last changer "HOTDSBC "

What can you do?

    Please eliminate the error by performing a syntax check

    (or an extended program check) on the program "CL_DB6_SYSCAT=================CP


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

    If the problem persists, proceed as follows:

    Take note of the actions and inputs that lead to the error.

    Contact your SAP administrator for further processing of the problem.

    Using transaction ST22 for ABAP short dump analysis you can see and

    administrate termination messages and retain them for a longer period.

Error analysis

    The following syntax error was found in the program

     CL_DB6_SYSCAT=================CP :

    "Method "HAS_COMPRESSIBLE_INDEXES" is not declared or inherited in clas"

    "s "CL_DB6_SYSCAT". -"

    " "

    " "

Any help is appreciated.



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