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Task Release not allowed in Quality Notification (Error: IM260)

Hi guys,

I am trying to test a security role for my Quality Notification and trying to release the task for items.

The current Task Status: TSOS and User Status: INIT. When I try to release the task the system gives error "Status not allowed"

Description of the problem:

Message no: IM260

Diagnosis:

This refers to an error in central status management

Procedure:

Please refer to your system administrator

When I try to release the task in Development client it works fine, the issues only arises for the role testing.

I checked all my configuration looks fine. The basis guy says the issue might be with configuration and the SU53 results are bogus.

Any help in resolving the issue will help me greatly.

Further, I also checked other similar post in the community but it did not help me solve the issue.

Attached few screen shots

Thanks,

Sai

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2014 at 07:03 AM

    Hi Sai,

    Please correct my understanding here. It seems, this problem is happening ONLY in quality system where you are testing the "Q-notific./task profile 001 = ZQM_T_01".

    In that case, you can check the below config in both the systems -

    Quality Management => Environment => Central Functions => General Status Management => Define Status Profile = ZQM_T_01. Go inside this status profile and I believe "INIT" will be the default/initial status selected. Now please also check if all the other statuses (V_TJ30-TXT04) are having 'Lowest Status No' (V_TJ30-NSONR) same or different.

    If they are different, then please can you try flagging these values "same" for all. After that test your task release process and confirm if this approach is working.

    Else, you may again take help form your Security/Basis consultant to check if there is any other values fixed as "INIT" which is blocking the task release.

    Thanks,

    Arijit

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2014 at 06:51 AM

    Simple question... 😉

    Give authorization to user.

    Regards

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