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How to handle the error screen in RF device.

Dear experts,

I am working on a scenario to deploy the SAP transactions to RF device.

I am able to deploy the SAP transactions to RF device. Consider the Transfer Order picking scenario.

When i try to pick a Transfer Order, an error message 'Specified alternative unit of measure is not defined' is populated in the status bar.

When i get an error message the screen is being locked. Now the only option is to enter a transaction code in command bar.

This will work fine in SAP. But there is no option to navigate in RF device when an error message is displayed at the status bar since the screen is locked. Please suggest me that how to handle the error screen in RF device.

Thank you.

Regards,

Murugan S

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2013 at 02:58 PM

    Hi Murugan,

    What SAP BASIS and Kernel version and patch are you using?

    Regards,

    Oisin

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  • Posted on Aug 21, 2013 at 05:07 PM

    Hi Murugan S,

    Have you created an ITSMobile service that you call this transaction by?

    If YES, what are it's GUI configuration settings in SICF and what template generation style was used to generate the templates?

    See the following WIKI as a starting point: ITSMobile

    Regards,

    Oisin

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    • Hi Murugan,

      ~GENERATEDYNPRO 1

      is not a valid ITSMobile parameter. I would delete it.

      When you get the error message 'Specified alternative unit of measure is not defined' is populated in the status bar via a decktop browser when calling the TRANSACTION LM01, do you need to carry out an action to continue?

      Regards,

      Oisin

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