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Unable to generate the QUOTA for BRAZIL

Dear All ,

We are unable to generate the QUOTA for BRAZIL. Can anyone know the details please revert back to us.

We done configuration correctly but we are unable to generate the quotas. Can you tell us which configuration required for brazil.

PC00_M37_QGEN is t.code for generating the quotas for BRAZIL. If we are trying for RPTQTA00 also We unable to generate the Quota.

Regards,

Nagoor

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  • Posted on Sep 04, 2013 at 06:35 AM

    Hi Basha , How about creating Quota via PA30 In infotype 2006 are facing any issue there also

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2013 at 07:25 AM

    Hi

    if you have once done the configuration please check with permit quota generation whether it is in no generation highlighted or not if you are planning to run in thorugh rptqta00.

    run this report in batch input session mode. after running report check with sm35 t.code and select your session name and run for process. then your quota should get generated in infotype 2006.

    check with pt50 which will disply quota avilability for employee.

    Thanks

    Harry

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  • Posted on Sep 05, 2013 at 09:50 AM

    Hi Nagoor,

    What is the problem with RPTQTA00? You are creating as a batch and running it?

    By the way how is you quota types' settings in V_T559L? Are they set as "no generate" or increase?

    You know you can generate quota thru RPTQTA00 or put manually just if your quota type is set as "no generate"

    Regards,

    Omid


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