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RSKC Special characters

Former Member
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Hi,

Actually in RSKC there is special character like #.But while loading the data will struckup in NEW DATA itself.Field containing the # key record and that data packet will struck up there only.

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Former Member
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Hi....the problem is that # represents <blank> or not printable character....if your attribute is not a requerid obligatory field you can make an abap routine in orders to filter if the characters is not in the RSKC list and delete (space) if not....

I hope this helps

Regards

former_member345199
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Hi,

As a long term you can apply some user exit in source system side or change your update rules to ensure that this field is getting blanked out before getting loaded in cube or add that particular char to permitted character list in BW.

RSKC --> type ALL_CAPITAL --> F8 (Execute)

OR

Go to SE38 and execute the program RSKC_ALLOWED_CHAR_MAINTAIN and give ALL_CAPITAL or the char you want to add.

Check the table RSALLOWEDCHAR. It should contain ALL_CAPITAL or the char you have entered.

Refer

/people/sap.user72/blog/2006/07/23/invalid-characters-in-sap-bw-3x-myths-and-reality-part-2

/people/sap.user72/blog/2006/07/08/invalid-characters-in-sap-bw-3x-myths-and-reality-part-1

/people/aaron.wang3/blog/2007/09/03/steps-of-including-one-special-characters-into-permitted-ones-in-bi

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/64/e90da7a60f11d2a97100a0c9449261/frameset.htm

For adding Other characters

OSS note #173241 – “Allowed characters in the BW System”

Also try in dev first entering in RSKC ALL_CAPITAL_PLUS_HEX

Thanks,

JituK

Former Member
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Pls. mention value as ALL_CAPITALS in RSKC

Former Member
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Here problem is though # is available in RSKC it is not accpeting while loading.

Former Member
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Can any one please take a look at it?

former_member441329
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Why you only try for temporary solution...write a function module to handle special characters and call that in all the extractions where you feel that special characters may pose issue.

Former Member
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Vasu,

The only value you really need in RSKC is "ALL_CAPITAL". Nothing else.

"#" is defined by SAP as the "not assigned" or initial/blank value.

As Kumar mentioned, you can just create a function module to handle and convert any invalid characters for the specific InfoObjects where you get the error.

Regards,

Luis

Former Member
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refer:

/people/sap.user72/blog/2006/07/08/invalid-characters-in-sap-bw-3x-myths-and-reality-part-1

/people/sap.user72/blog/2006/07/23/invalid-characters-in-sap-bw-3x-myths-and-reality-part-2

/people/aaron.wang3/blog/2007/09/03/steps-of-including-one-special-characters-into-permitted-ones-in-bi