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FDA Pro Code Validity Dates issues


Hello

Our user created a FDA Pro code with incorrect Validity Dates, instead of Seelecting from Date of 01/01/1900 they selected 04/08/2015 which was porposed by the system.

Because they chose this incorrect date while trying to classify products with this FDA Pro code there were getting errors -

"Validity Interval for the product/number assignment is Invalid. the validity interval of the product/number assignment starts on 01/01/1900 and ends 12/30/9999. Validity period of the numbers do not cover, or only partially cover this timeframe. It satrts on 04/08/2015 and ends on 12/30/9999".

Because the users could not calssify the products and wanted to create shipments/customs declaration for these urgently, they just went ahead and manually entered the FDA pro code on the shipment.

Now whe n they try to delete the created FDA Pro code/change the validity on it, the system keeps giving error "Deletion not possible; where used list for number XXXXX in table /SAPSLL/CORCTS".

I tested the exact same scenario and removed the manually entered FDA Pro Code form the shipments in the Quality system, but still when I keep getting the error "deletion not possible; where used list for number XXXX in table /SAPSLL/CORCTS".

Has anyone come across this kind of scnerio, how do you deal with it? What would I have to do to get this entry out of the /SAPSLL/CORCTS Table?

Is there any other workaround/solution to this?

Thanks

Sam

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    Sep 22, 2015 at 04:58 PM

    Hi Sam,

    Functionally, I don't think there's much you can do.

    Technically, you could set a breakpoint at the beginning of Function Module /SAPSLL/LLNS_CHECK_USAGE_CNUM, and change the of variable EV_RCODE (or CV_RCODE) to zero when the code moves out of the module.

    Hope that helps.

    Regards,

    Dave

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