2492534 - Program BADI_ALERT_REACTION Dumps after setting up SNMP in Solution Manager 7.1 | SAP Knowledge Base Article

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2492534 - Program BADI_ALERT_REACTION Dumps after setting up SNMP in Solution Manager 7.1

Symptom

  • In Step 2.3: Default Settings of the Technical Monitoring setup when clicking the tab "Third-Party Components" it will display the following error:

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  • The following dumps are also present in ST22:

Category               ABAP Programming Error
Runtime Errors         SYNTAX_ERROR
ABAP Program           ===========CP
Application Component  Not Assigned
Date and Time          06/16/2017 08:56:22

Short text                                                                                       
    Syntax error in program "BADI_ALERT_REACTION===========CP ".                                 

What happened?                                                                                   
    Error in the ABAP Application Program                                                        
                                                                                                 
    The current ABAP program "SAPLFG_CONSUMER_CONNECTOR" had to be terminated                    
     because it has                                                                              
    come across a statement that unfortunately cannot be executed.                               
                                                                                                 
    The following syntax error occurred in program                                               
     "BADI_ALERT_REACTION===========CP " in include                                              
     "BADI_ALERT_REACTION===========CM000 " in                                                   
    line 0:                                                                                      
    "The specified type cannot be converted into the target variables." 

Error analysis                                                                                   
    The following syntax error was found in the program                                          
     BADI_ALERT_REACTION===========CP :                                                          
    "The specified type cannot be converted into the target variables."

Information on where terminated                                                                  
    Termination occurred in the ABAP program "SAPLFG_CONSUMER_CONNECTOR" - in                    
     "ACC_AUTO_USECASES".                                                                        
    The main program was "SAPMSSY1 ".                                                            
                                                                                                 
    In the source code you have the termination point in line 1                                  
    of the (Include) program "LFG_CONSUMER_CONNECTORU06".                                       

Source Code Extract
Line |SourceCde                                                                                  
>>>>>|FUNCTION acc_auto_usecases.                                                                
    2|*"----------------------------------------------------------------------                   
    3|*"*"Local Interface:                                                                       
    4|*"  IMPORTING


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Environment

SAP Solution Manager 7.1

Product

SAP Solution Manager 7.1

Keywords

Solman, dumps, SNMP, BADI, BADI_ALERT_REACTION, custom class, SYNTAX ERROR, Inactive Objects, Default Settings, Third-Party Components, Activate , KBA , SV-SMG-MON-ALR , Monitoring/Alerting/Reporting Infrastructure , SV-SMG-MON-ALR-CNS , Alert Inbox / Alert Processing , Problem

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