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Error while saving GRN: Check table OMCH1

Dear All,

Warm Greetings!

Seeking your valuable inputs for the following error our users are encountering:

While posting MIGO for a material, an error occurs as follows:

User has to exit MIGO without saving transaction and re-enter all the values. After doing this, the transaction might get posted.

Requesting you to walk me through in understanding and solving this issue.

Regards,

Nihar

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2013 at 08:13 AM

    I guess this message is from an add-on or country version.

    Can you please click the yellow icon with the question mark and tell the message number

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2013 at 11:56 AM

    seems a z popup to me, can you please provide more details as indicated above by Jurgen

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2013 at 11:21 AM

    Dear All,

    We got another error for which the error details are as shown below:

    How can we solve it?

    Awaiting your valuable inputs.

    Regards,

    Nihar


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    • OMCH1 is a program internal structure, probably to rescue data read from table MCH1

      I found it in program include MM07MFCL_CHARGENDATEN_MAT_CFC

      I guess due to some circumstances, sequence of data entry and pressing enter or back button, SAP may lose an entry in this internal structure which will then lead to the error.

      It could as well be a side effect from a user exit or from an extra function like this gate pass .

      Certainly not easy to find the root cause if you cannot recreate this issue on desire so that a programmer could debug the coding. You can just hope that the user is able to explain if he did something slightly different than in other cases.

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