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Error reading material master data for transport order

Hi Experts,

I am getting an error message in APO system while loading the data in Interactive TLB View in change mode for some Transportation lane.

Steps followed are:

1. T code: /sapapo/sdp94. Go to SNP planning book and data view. Pull the TLB view.

Schuffler selection: APO Transportation lane. start Location: to destination location.

2. The data gets loaded in display mode with STOs and Deployment Conrels visible.

3. When set to change mode. Following application error message appears in status bar

Error message: "Error reading material master data for transport order"

Message no. /SAPAPO/SNP022

I have executed SNP planning area initialization with master data, TS cons check, OM17 and re-conciled. Still the issue is existing.

Did any of you come across this issue and any inputs for its resolution are welcome.

The issue is mentioned in the below given thread but the solution mentioned there is not working in my case.

Thanks

Kunal

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2014 at 09:43 AM

    Hi PP,

    Please check the UM (unit of measure) on APO side.

    Thanks.

    Regards, Marius

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