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error " Data missing for the entry check while creating a new waste code

Hi all, While setting a new Waste code I get the error " Data missing for the entry check, correction:". while filling the NAM- WASTECOCAT - LER item.

This sould look for the catalog's name included in the phrase set but for some reason it doesn't find it giving me this error.

I am changing original Characteristics, phrase set, classes, and value assignment type. Just to have my own estructure with Znames for all of them.

I have also change the enviroment parameter "WAM_PHRSET_WACATLG" with the name of my phrase set.

I have checked everything several times watching for typos or looking for a missing step.

I have even tried including my new Z's characteristics in the classe and living the original SAP_EHS_1024_001_WASTE_CATALOG. (changing the enviroment parameter WAM_PHRSET_WACATLG to SAP_EHS_1024_001_WASTE_CATALOG) and it works.

I will like to change this characteristic by Z_EHS_WA_WASTE_CATALOG



After matching up the master data It should work fine but I might be missing something to get it running ok.

¿Any idea?



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  • Posted on Mar 03, 2014 at 09:57 AM

    Hi Alvaro,

    First, try to use EWC instead LER. Second, which class is assigned to the Value assignament Type 'SAP_EHS_1024_007' in your system

    By default the system uses class SAP_EHS_1024_007, this class has a characteristic SAP_EHS_1024_001_WASTE_CATALOG, that must have a phrase set assigned, the same that you enter in the enviroment parameter "WAM_PHRSET_WACATLG", and finally the phrase set have at least one phrase, in your case the EWC or LER.

    But it would be better to keep using the standard classes, because you must use the Value assignament Type 'SAP_EHS_1024_007' in waste management.


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