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DUMP: PO having confirmation and Invoice

Hello Experts,

I am facing a strange problem that while I click on click check/order edit button the below dump is raising.

Could you please tell me your suggestion.

Best regards

Siva

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2016 at 04:33 PM

    Hi All,

    Thank you for the support.

    I have resolved it.

    Execute the FM's BBP_PD_PO_DB_DELETE and BBP_PD_SC_COMMIT at a time to delete the change version of the PO.


    So that change version will delete successfully and can change the active version now.


    Regards Siva

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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2016 at 02:41 PM

    Could you please check the attached screenshots for better understanding.

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    Best regards

    Siva


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  • Posted on Sep 26, 2016 at 10:09 PM

    Hi Siva

    This is actually a known issue generally related to a code or config issue in the system like maybe there is a Text schema or a partner function defined in PO but has been deleted in config or something like this in code error in SRM

    Check threads in SDN with key words "Buffer table not up-to-date"

    Its hard without being able to debug to tell the exact cause of error

    But I would recommend if you check some notes like below and see if these can be implemented

    Note 1580496 - Purchase order Buffer table not upto date dump in change ver

    Note 1180477 - PO processing terminates with buffering table error

    Also try to see if its with all PO's or a specific one and do some hit and trial .

    Raise a note to SAP as well

    Regards

    Vinita

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