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error in archiving production order


hi sap experts.

i have a problem in transaction co78.

think that i want to archine order no 3-P90B3028 , i set deletion flag for this order before in co02.

now,i select archiving and maitain a variant ,in order ,enter the order no and save variant , in start time ,select immediate , and in spool params enter adobe pdf.

when i execute , system show this error : "jobs of type sub cannot be scheduled'

if i didnt set deletion flag and want to do this in co78 too,i have this error again.

i search scn and find this link : http://scn.sap.com/thread/1137979

it says about Residence Time,how can i customize this time?

why ,when i do this in program PPARCHP1 ,system do this and havent any error.

thanks for your helps.

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2014 at 10:38 AM

    Hi,

    Before archiving have you done deletion of the order.???..after setting deletion then only you can do the archiving of the order...

    residence time 1 and residence time 2 are set in order type configuration...OPJH

    The residence time 1 is the interval between the point at which the deletion flag is activated and the point at which the deletion indicator is activated.

    The residence time 2 is the interval between the point at which the deletion indicator is activated and the point at which the order is archived and deleted from the database.

    If the residence time 1 is equal to 0, the deletion flag and indicator are activated simultaneously.

    Residence times are defined in the order type.

    Thanks

    Kumar


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