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Archiving error BA235 for WM transfer orders

I am trying to run archiving in SARA for object RL_TA.  It runs fine in test mode and gives me a spool list with all the orders that would be updated.

However, when I run it in Production mode it fails on the very first transfer order.  There isn't anything wrong with the order as far as I can see, and from the job log it looks as though the problem is with updating the archive file.

The job log shows this:

21.10.2015 12:03:00 Job started                                                                                                                          00           516

21.10.2015 12:03:00 Step 001 started (program RLREOT00SN, variant Z_ARC_TO_10000, user ID MATTHOL)       00           550

21.10.2015 12:03:00 Archiving session 000050 is being created                                                                             BA           276

21.10.2015 12:03:00 Start Archiving Run                                                                                                              KEN_01         004

21.10.2015 12:03:00 1 Transfer Orders Archived                                                                                                   KEN_01         004

21.10.2015 12:03:00 Following an error, an operation was carried out on a handle                                                    BA           235

21.10.2015 12:03:00 Job cancelled after system exception ERROR_MESSAGE                                                     00           564

My first thought was archive file size, so I checked the technical settings in object-specific customising and I can't see a problem.  I have the maximum size set to 500MB and the max no. of data objects is blank.  I tried increasing the size and entering a value in no. of data objects, although it shouldn't be necessary, but the result was exactly the same.

I've searched SAP online support.  I looked at SAP Note 1137327 and checked my settings.  Again, I couldn't see anything wrong.

I would be very grateful if somebody could point me in the right direction.  I haven't come across this before in Archiving.


Thank you Manish, you have solved my problem

Although that thread was referring to an IS system I was able to work out where I needed to look and I have found the error. 

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