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Purpose

The purpose of this page is to clarify the understanding of the program RSDG_IOBJ_REORG.

 Overview

With report RSDG_IOBJ_REORG you can Repair InfoObjects (without automatic transport connection !)

How to use it?

 

Call transaction SE38  with program RSDG_IOBJ_REORG. You can also call RSD1 and option "Repair InfoObjects"

 

Parameters

 Only Display Repair
Execute Repair

 Log
  Display Log

 Expert Mode (specify more exactly what is checked or repaired. The following selection options are possible)
  Object Selection

  • Deletion IO w/o basic char.
    All InfoObjects that do not refer to an existing reference characteristic are deleted
  • Deletion of local properties
    The local properties for characteristics that no longer exist are deleted. The local properties are not transported, but rather are adjusted normally in the transport subsequent processing.
  • Creating Local Properties
    The local properties for a characteristic are created, if necessary.
  • Check Consistency
    The entries are checked to see if they fit with each other in the different InfoObject tables.
  • Add Missing Entries
    Table fields that have an invalid value are filled with the default value.
  • Fill Table with Fields
    All of the fields that are able to be maintained in the dialog are collected in the table designed for this. This is only important for controlling the cursor in the InfoObject maintenance.
  • Repair Time Characteristic
    The correct conversion routines are entered for the time characteristics.
  • Time Char. Conversion Exit
    The generated DDIC objects (tables, data elements, domains, views, and search helps) are checked to see if they are active. If some of these objects are inactive, the InfoObjects affected are activated. In doing so, the DDIC objects are then created or repaired. However, this activation only occurs if the "Activate Inconsistent InfoObjects" checkbox is switched on.
  • Check Generated Objects
  • Check DDI Objects
  • Check Generated THJ Characts
  • Activate incon. Infoobjects
  • Generate Local TADIR Entries
    The generated DDIC objects (tables, data elements, domains, views, and search helps) are checked to see if they are active. If some of these objects are inactive, the InfoObjects affected are activated. In doing so, the DDIC objects are then created or repaired. However, this activation only occurs if the "Activate Inconsistent InfoObjects" checkbox is switched on.
  • Check Number Range
    The number range for SIDs and hierarchy SIDs are checked and, if necessary, are created or repaired.
  • Deletion of DDIC/DB Objects
    DDIC objects and database tables that are no longer used, but were generated for an InfoObject, are deleted. In doing so, you can still select whether the objects are then also deleted if they are still used in other DDIC objects.
  • Delete Used Object too
  • Check TADIR Entry
     
  • Display log
    A log with the executed checks or repairs is displayed.

Related Content

Related SAP Notes/KBAs

 

Notes describing and correcting program RSDG_IOBJ_REORG are below:

1060394  Missing values of navigational attributes in reporting
1070205  Automatic repair option for time characteristics 
1077798  Repeated use of number range objects
 956806  PSA Maintenance:Lowercase characters converts into Uppercase