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Cycle cannot be started because run group is locked GA562

Hi CO Gurus

I am getting this error while running t-code KSVB ( Cost centre distribution - Plan ). Please advise how to resolve this.

Cycle cannot be started because run group is blocked

Message GA562

I searched old threads on this message but did not get any conclusive feedback.

We are on ECC 6.0, and there are 4 countries/9 Company codes in a single controlling area. When I check long text of error message, system shows user id that is locking transaction.

Though multiple users are running KSVB at same time within same controlling area, BUT they are using different cycle id. Then why above error is coming?

Does this mean that we should divide time to perform these activities, to ensure no problem happens at month end ?

Thanks in advance for feedback.

Regards

Kapil

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2015 at 05:46 AM

    Hi....

    If each cycles have same cycle group although they are using different cycle id, you will meet your error.

    To resolve your problem , you must assign them to different cycle run groups to execute cycles simultaneously.


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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2015 at 06:03 AM

    Hi

    I think some body may keep this transaction open in his system...so check it and tell him to come out from the transaction

    Kamal

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