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Link Between Tolerance Settings In Table T169G and the System Messages They Generate When Tolerances are Exceeded

I am trying to view my company’s tolerance settings relating
to MIGO (e.g.- AN, PE, DQ, etc.) per review of table T169G and see how variances
over established tolerances will be handled (e.g.- as a warning or error) per
review of settings in table T100S. Where can I find information regarding the relationship between the tolerance settings in T169G and the
error message numbers they produce? Specifically, I was Googling for
information on tolerance setting PE and found in numerous places that the corresponding
error message for variances over the tolerance is message No. 207. However,
when I view our table T100S as well as Google on this message No. I find that message
No. 207 is defined as “Line item & has not yet been entered”. This hardly
sounds like a PE error message!!!

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    Posted on May 20, 2015 at 08:49 PM

    I am trying to view my company’s tolerance settings relating
    to MIRO (e.g.- AN, PE, DQ, etc.) per review of table T169G and see how variances
    over established tolerances will be handled (e.g.- as a warning or error) per
    review of settings in table T100S. Where can I find information regarding the relationship between the tolerance settings in T169G and the
    error message numbers they produce? Specifically, I was Googling for
    information on tolerance setting PE and found in numerous places that the corresponding
    error message for variances over the tolerance is message No. 207. However,
    when I view our table T100S as well as Google on this message No. I find that message
    No. 207 is defined as “Line item & has not yet been entered”. This hardly
    sounds like a PE error message!!!

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