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After deleting sales order ,vbbe table doesnt delete records for some sales

Hi everyone,

Sometimes when I delete sales order , vbbe table doesnt delete record which is same with what I delete,

This is not always happening but I couldnt figure out when it occures.

any help or suggestion will be appreciate.

best regards.

Kutay Bektas

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2014 at 04:12 PM

    You can run the rpeort: SDRQCR21, this will remove inconsitencies in MD04

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    • Former Member PRASHANT SHARMA

      Hi again,

      It serıously worked andd ım so happy about that:)

      But I wonder about something,

      Can I fix it in user-exit in MV45AFZZ ?

      Is there any way to succed it?

      any help or suggestion will be appreciate

      thanks

      best regards

  • Posted on Dec 09, 2014 at 03:18 PM

    Hi,

    VBBE - Relates to Sales requirements passed by Availability check "02" .

    The values of the Sales order requirement had been stored in the VBBE in your case . Execute the report in Test Server and check.

    Regards,

    SRK


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    • Former Member

      by the way when I execute SDRQCR21 , in the selection screen there are Material,Land,create date and document number,

      I just have vbeln in my situation, not material,land, or document number,

      Are u sure that thıs program will solve my problem or may it be another solution way for diffrent problem?

      any suggestion will be appreciate

      best regards.

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