This section contains information about important error messages that can occur, as well as recommendations about how you can react to the error situation.
Message: This interface can still be assigned to a connection. Do you want to proceed?
If you delete an interface that is still used in connections in a Process Integration scenario, this may lead to inconsistencies because the Process Integration scenario concerned is not updated automatically and the corresponding connections will continue to reference the deleted interface.
Therefore, SAP recommends that you first ensure that the interface in question is no longer used in any Process Integration Scenarios before deleting it.
Warning – This action can still be assigned to a Process Integration Scenario.Do you want to proceed?
All the Process Integration scenarios in which the action to be deleted is used are not automatically updated following deletion. Therefore an inconsistent status can be produced when an action is deleted, the action is still displayed in the Process Integration scenario graphic, however no longer exists as an object.
SAP recommends that you first ensure that the action in question is no longer used in any Process Integration Scenarios before deleting it.
All selected actions and assigned connections will be deleted. Do you want to proceed?
If you choose to continue, all selected actions and all assigned connections are deleted from the Process Integration Scenario graphic. The connections are deleted completely. Interface and mapping settings for the connections concerned will be deleted and cannot be recovered.
Message: Object not found (……)
Possible reasons for the message occurring:
● The software component that belongs to the action is not installed in your system. Therefore, the action does not exist in your system as an independent object of the Enterprise Services Builder. This action is displayed in the Process Integration Scenario graphic but you cannot navigate to the actual object. It is also not possible to change or display the action.
● The software component that belongs to the action is installed on your system but not in the software component version that was originally used to create the action. Again, the action is displayed in the graphic but you cannot display or change it.
This means that you can display the entire Process Integration Scenario, even if some of the products involved are not installed on your system. However, you can only navigate to the objects concerned (actions, interfaces) once you have installed the software component versions required.