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OWB 11.2 OWB SAP Extract Error "Literals that take up more than one line are not permitted" (Doc ID 1434188.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Warehouse Builder - Version 11.2.0.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Execution of OWB 11.2 Mapping to extract SAP source data fails with the following error:

Starting Execution of ABAP Report OWB_STG_SAP_TO_ORCL on Mon Jan 02 14:54:19 CET 2012
Running ABAP report through function module OWB_EXT_DYN
ERROR: Literals that take up more than one line are not p
Exit on error: Execution of ABAP Report OWB_STG_SAP_TO_ORCL on Mon Jan 02 14:54:19 CET 2012

RPE-01082: Fail to execute the ABAP report.


The Control Center Service log file shows:

2012/01/02-17:37:09-CET [2E202E2][OWB_OWNER.WS] Background Execution
2012/01/02-17:37:09-CET [2E202E2][OWB_OWNER.WS] Background Execution deployment failed
2012/01/02-17:37:09-CET [2E202E2][WB_OWNER.WS] java.lang.Exception:
Starting Execution of ABAP Report OWB_STG_SAP_TO_ORCL on Mon Jan 02 17:37:09 CET 2012

Running ABAP report through function module OWB_EXT_DYN

ERROR: Literals that take up more than one line are not p

Exit on error: Execution of ABAP Report OWB_STG_SAP_TO_ORCL on Mon Jan 02 17:37:09 CET 2012

at oracle.wh.runtime.platform.operator.sap.NativeSAPOperator.execute(NativeSAPOperator.java:224)
at oracle.wh.runtime.platform.adapter.rtp.NativeExecutionAdapter.execute(NativeExecutionAdapter.java:43)
at oracle.wh.runtime.platform.service.controller.ExecutionController.execute(ExecutionController.java:70)
at oracle.wh.runtime.platform.service.controller.ExecutionController.execute(ExecutionController.java:23)
at oracle.wh.runtime.platform.service.ExecutionManager.run(ExecutionManager.java:36)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:811)

 

Cause

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