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CORUPROC program(T.code CO1P) side effects

Hi All,


While Archiving the PP_ORDER object for 2 years period in Pre-process in Test mode system not allowing to activating deletion flags for some of the orders (with Teco status also).  I have analysis the issue, found HR Data Transfer error in T.code CO1P.

But there is no relation between HR and PP, I see that in order type(OPK4) 'No HR update ' flag is already set.


I have checked the  CORUPROC program found no selection field(Orders, Period or order type ) in initial screen. 


1. If i run the program system will consider all orders in total system period,but is there any option to select only for 2 years (required).


2. If i run the program with selection HR data transfer option, what are the side effects for the current period orders and what exactly system will do(cancelling/deleting  the data ). 

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    Dec 30, 2014 at 09:15 AM

    Hello,

    If you don't have HR PP integration active then there is no issue to run this report without any selection.

    Transactions COGI and COFC, you must check whether there are incorrect goods movements or incorrect actual costs for the order and you must post-process them.

    The program CORUPROC is normally used in periodically dispatched background jobs. Please check the entries in AFRP4 table.

    Please refer OSS note 418584 - Confirmation: You cannot delete HR preselections

    You can delete preselections that are not required using report Z_AFRP4_DELETE.

    Best Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    • R Brahmankar Hanumathprasad SAP QM PP

      Hello,

      Ensure that 'No HR transfer' is checked in for each Plant/Order Type combination.

      Run Z_AFRP4_DELETE from note 418584 to delete entries in AFRP4. These entries will be irretrievably lost.

      You can also delete the entire HR pool of orders/operations in Transaction CO1P.

      Best Regards,

      R.Brahmankar