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Dump while Adjusting a Customized table

shishupalreddy
Active Contributor
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Hi ,

I modified a field data type in my custom table from CHAR to INT1 .

Now i went with se14 to adjust and activate the table .....it has given a dump

and the messege "TABLE DOES NOT EXIST IN THE DATA BASE"

It is very very urgent

I would be greatfull the earliest responce on this ......

thanks

4 REPLIES 4

Former Member
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Hi Pal ,

This is pritty unusual , please check its a structure or a table . its a wildshot as I guess this should never happen.

shishupalreddy
Active Contributor
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Hi ,

It is a transparent table

with display nd maintenence allowed

how to readjust the same by converting the field type from char to int1.

thanks

Former Member
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Hi,

This is the reason why you got the dump:

When the data type was changed from CHAR to INT1, INT1 corresponds to the byte value, that would have memory conflicts on storage with respect to the number of bytes character holdw. If you had used INT4 there would not have been this error.

Here is the detail on the error. When the table is adjusted in SE14, if there are any activation errors, then the physical database is deleted but the logical defination still exists. This is the reason why you can see the table in se11(this is the logical definition) but cannot activate the table or see entries.

Naveen.

shishupalreddy
Active Contributor
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Hi all ,

Thanks for the replies ....

I myself solved the issue.

Regards