Message no. P0 568
The structure of the feature is not saved in the feature
The feature structure is not defined in the program that
reads the feature.
The feature that the program expects does not match the
actual feature structure.
Please advise your system administrator that all features
must be regenerated.
Please note that this generation must take place in
client 000 first, and then in all other clients
or the Generation function in the feature maintenance transaction (transaction
The feature structure must always be defined in the
program reading the feature (see documentation for program
Please contact your system administrator
You can use this report to regenerate features and create
new cross-references (set up predecessors).
You can use the following types of generation, which you
specify in the Type of generation field:
Always generate the feature:
Choose this type when implementing an upgrade. Enter value
1 to set up the cross-reference (predecessor) and regenerate all features. Do
not make any entries in the Features field. If you enter the value 2 in this
field, only the features specified in the
Features field are regenerated.
Generate feature only if it has changed:
You can use this option, for example, if you have changed
the structure or the field names for several features. Enter 3 in the Type of
Generate all features that have not been selected:
Use this option when transporting features. In the target
system, the features that have already been transported are flagged. Transported
features that have not been flagged are then imported. This report is started
automatically after the import - it selects and generates all unselected
Generation is always based on the main features. If the
list also contains subfeatures, the report determines the main features related
to these and uses them in generating.
The report lists all main features together with a
status message, and displays statistics on the features generated.
What exactly happens during a generation run?
Reports with the name /1PAPA/FEATcccfffff are created
when features are generated - ccc refers to the client and . fffff refers to the
feature name. If a report already exists, the old report is overwritten.
Setting up predecessors:
You can call up the subfeatures of a feature. When you
save the feature, the system automatically enters the feature with this
subfeature as the predecessor. You can set up a predecessor and create a
cross-reference only in a generating run. You can execute a generating run by
entering 2 in the Type of generation field. The predecessor must be set up after
every update or release upgrade.
All selected features are used for the generation. The
last update versions of the features are used.
When setting up new predecessors,
do not delimit the feature range by specifying features.