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Error in Uploading the data in Info Cube


We are implementing SCM 5.0 APO and ECC 6.0 in UK/I client.

At the moment we are facing one problem in uploading the Excel file into Info Cube.which was working perfectly earlier.

Through analysis, we come to know that data flows thru PSA. but when we try to push that data from PSA manually system gives following error message;



What happened? |

| The exception 'CX_RSR_X_MESSAGE' was raised, but it was not caught anywhere along the call hierarchy.

Since exceptions represent error situations and this error was not

adquately responded to, the running ABAP program 'SAPLRRMS' has to be terminated.


Error analysis

An exception occurred which is explained in detail below.

The exception, which is assigned to class 'CX_RSR_X_MESSAGE', was not caught and therefore caused a runtime error.

The reason for the exception is:

No text available for this exception


Missing Handling of Application Exception Program RSABW_START_NEW


Trigger Location of Exception Program SAPLRRMS

Include LRRMSU13 Row 78

Module type (FUNCTION) Module Name RRMS_X_MESSAGE


if somebody can give advice on this! As we could upload the data earlier perfectly.




Former Member replied

Hi Jignesh,

I this the first time you are loading into the cube? Is it the a fresh installation?

The error message doesn't help you much but I would try a couple of things

1. Replicate the datasources in source system, Activate the transfer and update rules and then try to load

2. Try loading only till the PSA and then try to simulate the update to cube. If you are using BI 7.0, then just load the info package, it will load to PSA and unless you run the DTP, it doesnot update the cube.

3. This can also be a GUI issue. Make sure that you have all the GUI files installed. Is it a dump with message "CX_RSR_X_MESSAGE"?

Check the Note 763203 - Termination during InfoCube realignment

Hope this helps. Please donot hesitate to ask more questions.

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