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Master recipe activity not CIF to APO

Hi Gurus,

I have created Master Recipe in ECC. For this 1st i created a work center. When i am CIFing master recipe in curto_create this is showing operation has no activity message. Even for phase this is showing " Phase 0040 (014): Operation has no activity"

I have done all the relevant setting in resource ( like scheduling tab formula, capacity n formula) in recipe control key etc every possible way i have already tried but its throwing this message only.

Also in master recipe when i am trying to schedule in ECC itself no scheduling result are shown. I mean scheduling not at all happening..

Guide me what i am missing..

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    Posted on Apr 08, 2016 at 06:53 AM

    Can anyone respond on the above issue.. In curto_create there is no error message. Check screen shot attached..The message coming in green that operation has no activity..

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  • Posted on Apr 15, 2016 at 11:43 AM


    Couple of checks,

    Does work center/resources have active integration model?

    Are formulas maintained for the corresponding processing steps (setup/process/) in the work center for scheduling and for the capacities?

    Are the standard values (setup time, machine time, ...) maintained in the operation detail?

    Is the scheduling indicator set in the control key of the operations or phases?

    Is the header/component material in an active integration model?

    Best Regards,


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      Pls check the % of capacity utilization is in between 10 to 400 %.

      or else

      run the master data cockpit t-code in ECC to find the error resources in the system.

      This can help you to identify the exact error.


      Arava Santosh

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