Se ha denunciado esta presentación.
Utilizamos tu perfil de LinkedIn y tus datos de actividad para personalizar los anuncios y mostrarte publicidad más relevante. Puedes cambiar tus preferencias de publicidad en cualquier momento.
   Transaction Code: /SAPAPO/CQ - SCM Queue Manager   Menu Path: SAP Menu  Tools APO Administration     Integration ...
   Input all inbound and outbound systems in 1), and then click 2)    2                                 1
   You then enter this screen:   On the left menu, you can see the error messages concerning    SAP APO or SAP R/3 syste...
   Double click on the error message type 1) in order to load the    detailed error messages 2) in the right side of the ...
   Once we are in the Queue Manager transaction, the    first step you can then do is to Activate the Queue:    ◦ To do s...
Error message                                Message descriptionPegging area for material A                              T...
Preview Original paying document published on :http://expertplug.com/materials/training/scm-apo-cif-errors-analysis-and-re...
Próxima SlideShare
Cargando en…5
×

Scm (apo) cif errors analysis and resolution

2.127 visualizaciones

Publicado el

Scm (apo) cif errors analysis and resolution preview - Original paying document published on:

http://expertplug.com/materials/training/scm-apo-cif-errors-analysis-and-resolution

You can find many more SAP training material on www.ExpertPlug.com.

ExpertPlug is an SAP marketplace for training materials and an online community of experts. We offer a simple way for the global SAP workforce, consulting companies and industry to market their skills and find quality information.

As an SAP Expert, you can also market your SAP skills and make extra cash by publishing SAP documents on www.ExpertPlug.com.

Publicado en: Tecnología, Empresariales
  • Sé el primero en comentar

Scm (apo) cif errors analysis and resolution

  1. 1.  Transaction Code: /SAPAPO/CQ - SCM Queue Manager Menu Path: SAP Menu  Tools APO Administration  Integration  Monitor  /SAPAPO/CQ- SCM Queue Manager This transaction in SAP APO enables you to check the local system as well as all connected systems. The output queues are sorted per publishing type (for example, in-house production, planned independent requirement, planning file entry, and so on). With the SCM Queue Manager you can check outbound queues in your own or in a connected system and analyze and correct errors if necessary. The advantage compared to the qRFC Monitor is that the SCM Manager is more user friendly (see RFC Inbound&outbound queues chapter for more detail)
  2. 2.  Input all inbound and outbound systems in 1), and then click 2) 2 1
  3. 3.  You then enter this screen: On the left menu, you can see the error messages concerning SAP APO or SAP R/3 system, with the type of error specified. Example: ◦ “ APOCLIENT1” relates to APO inbound flows: data coming in APO system having some errors ◦ “ APOCLIENT1” relates to APO outbound flows: data coming out of APO to R/3 having some errors
  4. 4.  Double click on the error message type 1) in order to load the detailed error messages 2) in the right side of the screen: 2 1 On the left, below each system name, we see the errors of data flows coming in or out of this system. In this case for instance, there is an error on the stock for a product. This error is blocking directly two stock elements in red, and indirectly another one which is in status “waiting”: once the error blocking the red objects is corrected, and these are pushed through, the waiting record will also flow through
  5. 5.  Once we are in the Queue Manager transaction, the first step you can then do is to Activate the Queue: ◦ To do so, select the message you want to activate and click on . ◦ If the queue activation has been done without error, the selected message will disappear from the right side of the screen. ◦ It is possible that the object was blocked at the moment it went through the interface, and that the element blocking it has now disappeared. In that case, activating the queue will make it flow well. An example could be an order which had been changed in R/3, but was being edited in APO at the same time: the R/3 modification could not flow properly to APO at that moment. But if the order is not edited anymore in APO, activating the queue will be enough to make the update flow again, this time successfully.
  6. 6. Error message Message descriptionPegging area for material A There is a missing transportation line for this productlocation LOC1 not available This error can come from the fact that the component has no active integration model:  Check in transaction CFM5 if there is an active model forComponent B in location this product*location. If not, then check in transactionLOC1 not planned CFM2 the last time the model of such components*location should have been activated, and look why it was not done for this component
  7. 7. Preview Original paying document published on :http://expertplug.com/materials/training/scm-apo-cif-errors-analysis-and-resolutionYou can find many more full SAP training material and SAP jobs on http://expertplug.com/.ExpertPlug is an SAP marketplace for training materials and an online community of experts. Weoffer a simple way for the global SAP workforce, consulting companies and industry to market theirskills and find quality information.As an SAP Expert, you can also market your SAP skills and make extra revenue by publishing SAPdocuments on http://expertplug.com/.

×