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EOL date Issue in AUSP Table for Material classification in MM


Issue: for 4 material's eol date available in bw and after some time the user removed the EOL date in R/3. after deleted eol data from R3, the material classification data source(1CL_OMAT001) not picking that material and old eol date available in bw instead of null. please let me know why the material classification not picking that material.

iam checking with MM team still they are saying that sap stranded process, but iam thinking maybe some configuration issue from MM side .still iam not sure that either configuration issue or something else and when we delete eol date then only date value should be
modified in AUSP table not entire record but in this case, entire has deleted from AUSP table.

If we provide any
value to the characteristic (EOL date), an entry will be created in the AUSP
table as shown below. ATFLV will have the characteristic value.

If we remove the
date of EOL from the material master, the entry in AUSP table will get deleted
as shown below . this is causing the issue .

when we delete the eol date in R3 why the entire record deleted from AUSP table. Please tell me the reason.



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  • Posted on Jan 04, 2014 at 04:15 PM

    It is like SAP has designed its classification system.

    No entry is not a valid entry for a date field, it is initial, it is just nothing, hence no need to keep nothing as a value. Imagine the millions of classification fields that may not have any value entered. Would you really like to have this all with no value as record in AUSP?

    You may want to consider to enter 31.12.2999 as EOL date instead of removing the entry.

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