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SAP Allocation run Error

Dear all,

I have a sales order with confirmed schedule line and there are stock for allocation.

however the following error appeared during arun:

Cannot read schedule lines for order 000XXXXXX item 000010

000XXXXXX 000010: No (open) schedule lines found.

Cannot read schedule lines for order 000XXXXXX item 000020

000XXXXXX 000020: No (open) schedule lines found.

Cannot read schedule lines for order 000XXXXXX item 000030

000XXXXXX 000030: No (open) schedule lines found.

000XXXXXX Cancel date will be passed: requirement will be cancelled because

000XXXXXX Cancel date will be passed: requirement will be cancelled because

000XXXXXX Cancel date will be passed: requirement will be cancelled because

ARun terminated because no requirements were selected

The cancel date for the sales order is today.

There are multiple schedule lines in the items, some are rejected but some are still open with confirmed qty, so it should be ok for allocation.

Could anyone please help for the issue? it is quite urgent.

Thank you very much.

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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2014 at 03:34 AM

    it looks like a custom message(s)...

    please request abaper to debug

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 08:01 PM

    Hi Wisely,

    This could be because of the Allocation type that is used in your system. Please use the standard allocation type 0001 and see if the order is getting allocated.

    Also, the cancel date/valid-to date in the order and the number of days that is looked up by the allocation type picks the orders to be allocated. Another possibility is that the order is already expired (cancel date reached).

    I hope this helps.

    Thank you,

    Best regards,

    Waqaar.

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