SAP Error Messages and Error Codes from SAP Error 0S-147 to 0S-157

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SAP Error: 0S-147
Desc: You have already switched on the buffer trace
SAP Internal Error: 3201
SAP Error: 0S-148
Desc: Display trace records up to error
SAP Internal Error: 3202
SAP Error: 0S-150
Desc: No active version of DDIC object exists
SAP Internal Error: 3203

SAP Error: 0S-151
Desc: No active nametab exists for
SAP Internal Error: 3204
SAP Error: 0S-152
Desc: Error reading view description
SAP Internal Error: 3205
SAP Error: 0S-153
Desc: Error reading table description
SAP Internal Error: 3206

SAP Error: 0S-154
Desc: Error reading index description of DDIC object
SAP Internal Error: 3207
SAP Error: 0S-155
Desc: Error reading DDIC information for object
SAP Internal Error: 3208
SAP Error: 0S-156
Desc: Structure SQLTDDINFO has changed
SAP Internal Error: 3209
SAP Error: 0S-157
Desc: Function not possible – incorrect cursor position
SAP Internal Error: 3210

Above are list of SAP Error codes and Error Messages and their Description including SAP Internal state and exact error code from Error 0S-147 to 0S-157 received while performing certain operation against SAP and related products.

What are SAP Error Messages and Error Codes?

There are many different types of error messages received while using SAP Suites which include different types of errors received while performing different operations against any SAP products like Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Supplier Relationship Management (SRM). Each SAP Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action where required. The received error will include Error code, Error Message or Warning Message and Internal Error.

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