function module AUTHORITY_CHECK_DATASET syntax error cl_fs_path unknown after snote 1497003
would anyone have any ideas on this :
Sap note 1497003 was successfully applied to or dev system, but unfortunetly was transported into qas without the preimplementation steps being done.
now i am unable to transport anything in stms or command line in qas. we receive system dumps in st22 --> syntax error in program SAPLSABC, CL_FS_PATH unknown.
I am following the corrections for scenario 1 in sap note 151550116, part of which states I have to modify in se37 function AUTHORITY_CHECK_DATASET and comment out 2 lines referring to cl_fs_path.
However, I can display the function module, but when I try to edit it I get the same dump as above.
I have changed it in dev and tried to transport it over, but of course the transport doesnt work.
Without being able to edit this, I am really really stuck!!!
Anyone have any ideas??
Thanks so so much for any advice
Prithviraj Rajpurohit replied
You can import the trasnport request created according to 151550116 sapnote in QAS from backend with overwrite option as shown below...
Command to add the transport request to the buffer
tp addtobuffer <transport no.> <Target SID> pf = TP_DOMAIN_<Domain_controller_SID>.PFL
Command to import the transport request
tp import <transport no.> <Target SID> clientXXX u126 pf=TP_DOMAIN_<Domain_controller _SID>.PFL
The following umodes are available during imports:
0: Overtaker, leave the respective task in the buffer, mark it to be imported again (1 or I).
1: Repeat the import of the transport request from the beginning.
2: Overwrite original objects.
3: Not used any more
4: Not used any more
6: Overwrite repaired objects (that are object being in a unconfirmed repair).
8: Ignore restrictions arising from table classes
9: Ignore that this type of transport request currently may not be imported
If things doesnot work, then de-implement the sap note in Dev system and capture it in a transport request and import this request in QAS using above commands.
IMP: Make sure these TR's doesnot move ahead in our landscape