HRPA_ARCH115 - There is still some dependent data in &1 &2

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SAP Error Message - Details

  • Message type: E = Error

  • Message class: HRPA_ARCH -

  • Message number: 115

  • Message text: There is still some dependent data in &1 &2

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  • What causes this issue?

    Dependent data still exists in &V1& &V2&.

    System Response

    In the time period selected for data destruction, dependent data records
    still exist for the personnel number in &V1& &V2&. The data of &V1& &V3&
    can be destroyed only when dependent data no longer exists in &V1& &V2&
    for this personnel number. This behavior is in place to prevent data

    How to fix this error?

    The data in &V1& &V3& is not destroyed.

    Procedure for System Administrators

    Execute a data destruction session to delete the dependent data records
    of &V1& &V2&. Then execute another data destruction session to delete
    the data records of &V1& &V3&.
    In other words, if all of the data records of &V1& &V2& for this
    personnel number are deleted in the current data destruction session, it
    is sufficient to execute a new data destruction session after the first
    one has ended successfully. As a result, the data of &V1& &V3& is also

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