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2542740 - “Mandatory migration critical path not fully performed: no changes allowed” error when configuring CCM after upgrade to 7.2


After upgrading from Solution Manager 7.1 to Solution Manager 7.2, during the configuration of Custom Code Management, in Step 1 - “Managing Systems Preparation” the following error is shown:

Mandatory migration critical path not fully performed: no changes allowed”.

When continuing on in edit mode to Step 5.2 - "Activate" the following error is shown:

"500 SAP Internal Server Error- ERROR: Access using a 'ZERO' object reference is not possible. (termination: RABAX_STATE)". 

The following dump is produced:

Category ABAP Programming Error
Web Dynpro Component WD_CCM_CONF
Application Component SV-SMG-CCM

Short Text
Access using a 'ZERO' object reference is not possible.

What happened?
Error in the ABAP Application Program

The current ABAP program "/1BCWDY/0O2TI0VKHXMB0ELNLFSW==CP" had to be
terminated because it has
come across a statement that unfortunately cannot be executed.

Error analysis
An exception has occurred which is explained in more detail below. The
exception is assigned to class 'CX_SY_REF_IS_INITIAL' and was not caught in
"SET_CHANGE_MODE" "(METHOD)", nor was it propagated by a RAISING clause.
Since the caller of the procedure could not have anticipated this
exception, the current program was terminated.
The reason for the exception is:
You are trying to access a component with a 'ZERO' object reference
(points to 'nothing'). Variable:
An object reference must point to an object (an instance of a class)
before it can be used to access a component. The reference has either
never been set, or it was set to 'ZERO' with a CLEAR statement.



SAP Solution Manager 7.2


SAP Solution Manager 7.2


CCM,CCLM, Migration, Post-upgrade, Managed System Preparation, no changes allowed, Custom Code Management, mandatory, SM:CC_UPL_CLEAN_DAY_CUBE , KBA , SV-SMG-CCM , Custom Code Management , Problem

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