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Interesting DELVRY03 SHPCOND problem

Dear experts ,

I am trying to change delivery update using DELVRY03 and message thpe SHPCOND.

Below segments been populated below:
(1)
E1EDL20

VBELN 0072029903
VSTEL FNU1
VKORG DIL

(2)
E1EDL24

POSNR 10
MATNR FT13320H

(3)
E1EDL37

EXIDV FT13320H
VHILM 000000001227010095

(4)
E1EDL44

VELIN 1
VBELN 0072029903
POSNR 10
EXIDV FT13320H
VEMNG 2
VEMEH CS

I am not able to prevent this error coming because of VHILM field in (3).

1227010095 does not have packaging material type and is therefore not a pack.mat

How can i prevent this ?.This is a packaging material as per master.
We in our company are not using standard packaging material type VERP but some 'IPAM'.
Infact why idoc generation logic is triggering Handling unit to be filled in segments.
Any addon will be a great help for me,totally bamboozled.

Looked on some similar threads ,tried to imitiate same actions but not working.

Regards.
Aditya Sharma.

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  • Posted on May 16, 2014 at 03:08 PM

    do you get the same error when you change the delivery in VL02N?

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2014 at 07:57 PM

    Hi Aditya!

    Please check if the table-field MARA-VHART is filled for the material 1227010095.

    You will find this information under:

    MM02 > Sales: General/Plant Data > Packaging mat. type (this field must have a Packaging Material Type)

    If you can't see this field for your material type IPAM, you can bring it back to the screen using transaction OMSR > Field Search > MARA-VHART > Field Selection

    Then find your material type, and select to be optional if the current option is Hide.

    Save everything and the field will appear again in MM02.

    I hope it helps!

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