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Domain changed, table showing error.

Former Member
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Hi,

I have changed the domain DOM1 from CURR 15 3 to CURR 15 2. When activation, the domain shows the following warning

DOMA Y_AMT1 activated
Check domain Y_AMT1 (V0C7811/27.05.08/12:35)
Output length (20) is less than the calculated output length (21)
Domain Y_AMT1 is correct

If I am changing the output length then also it shows the same warnig.

When I am activating the table it gives following error

TABL YFCD was not activated
Check table YFCD (V0C7811/27.05.08/12:35)
Table is not yet classified
Field ZDAMT: Decimal change
  ALTER TABLE is not possible
Structure change at field level (convert table YFCD)
Check on table YFCD resulted in errors

There are many table in which the same domain is used.

Regards,

Praveen

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Former Member
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go to se14 give your table name and click on edit.

there at the bottom you can find activate and adjust click on it.

then go back to se11 and say activate

6 REPLIES 6

Former Member
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Hi,

Go to SE14. enter the table name. press edit

click on Activate and Adjust data base table.

the table will be adjusted.

regards,

lavanya

Former Member
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Hi,

Is there any other way?

Regards,

Praveen

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Hi,

1.Goto->se11->edit the table->Extras>enhancement category-->deep(enhancement).(radio button).

2.Then adjust in Se14 and Activate it.

Regards,

Shi Kumar

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As Lavanya stated you need to activate and adjust the table once. You can do it in SE11 itself using the menu option Data base Utility->Activate and Adjust the Database

Former Member
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go to se14 give your table name and click on edit.

there at the bottom you can find activate and adjust click on it.

then go back to se11 and say activate

Former Member
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Thanks everyone for your help.

Regards,

Praveen