Skip to Content

Archived discussions are read-only. Learn more about SAP Q&A

IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE

We just upgrade out BW system 3.1 Content and upgraded to BI7.0. Now I am getting the messages:

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.CO2MAPINF~0, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.CO2MAP~0, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.CO2MAP~IDX, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.D342L~0, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.D344L~0, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.D346T~0, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.DDFTX~0, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.DDFTX~1, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.DYNPLOAD~0, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.DYNPTXTLD~0, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.O2PAGINC~0, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.O2PAGRT~0, value: PSAPEL700D

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.REPOLOAD~0, value: PSAPEL700D

So I figure it must be looking for the index tablespace. So I drop and recreate them. Wrong:

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.CO2MAPINF~0, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.CO2MAP~0, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.CO2MAP~IDX, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.D342L~0, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.D344L~0, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.D346T~0, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.DDFTX~0, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.DDFTX~1, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.DYNPLOAD~0, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.DYNPTXTLD~0, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.O2PAGINC~0, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.O2PAGRT~0, value: PSAPEL700I

BR0970W Database administration alert - level: WARNING, type: IN_WRONG_TABLESPACE, object: (index) SAPR3.REPOLOAD~0, value: PSAPEL700I

So how can I tell what the 'right' tablespace is? And why did this happen in the first place when all we did was the SAP upgrade?

I have piled over notes (117219, 33814, 655162 being the most recent) but I can't find WHERE these are supposed to be. Where does BRCONNECT get it's information?

Thanks!

Vince

replied

Hi Vince,

I had the exact same problem a year ago.

read the following note:

Note 946135 - Error in RSUPDTEC creates incorrect entries in IAORA

0 View this answer in context
Not what you were looking for? View more on this topic or Ask a question