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CFRSV + CFPLO Red Queues for Materials that do not exist in any Active Integration Models

Experts,

Users do somethings on COR6N (process order confirmation) in ECC for materials that do not exist in APO or any int. model - active or inactive. Nor are they ever supposed to. Neither components, nor assemblies, nor header items. Even related data like PDS, BOMs, Resources do not exist in any int. models. Nor is MRP Type X0.

But we observe red queues in SMQ1 - ECC Outbound (we are ECC outbound only..100% immediate transfers) citing "Product xxxxxxx Does Not Exist". Usually the LUW contains a CFRSV and CFPLO queues referring to the same process order.

Why does this error happen and what is the solution to avoid these queues?

Thanks

Amit

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    May 03 at 06:53 AM

    Thanks Rupesh, Do I really need to DELETE the int models? I have 20 of them referring to T_ORD. Production Orders. Will deactivation and then doing RCIFIMDL wont serve the purpose? Is there any documentation around what does Superfluous entries means in the tables you mentioned above? I have already deleted entries from SMQ1 and ran RCIFIMDL by just deactivating the models but it doesn't change anything. These messages pop up all the time. NEW ones each time from ECC system. Referring to Products and locations that are not in any integration models. This bit I checked with filters all of kinds from CFM5

    CIF is a seriously annoying overhead with supremely confusing messages that do not even fully display on screen. Takes away all the time from the main work of planning. Does CIF work the same way in the HANA world? Is there any link that you can refer that explains how Queues 'group' within LUWs. Completely unrelated documents group together in a queue blocking transfer of other data. They pile up to several thousands real quick. Someone said I can use an animal called post processing but I do not know what it means besides doing some check boxes here and there.

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    Amit

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    • Hello,

      You need to delete only inactive integration model in CFM7 and the run report RCIFIMDL.

      Please refer SAP note 993023 - Problem with Superfluous Filter Objects

      As I know CIF part in S4H is same with some Simplification. Yes somehow CIF process and queues monitoring in complex process. However if you follow all the recommendation for SAP in CIF area then it is manageable.

      Please refer SAP note

      881934 - Usability improvements for reports in the CIF framework

      also refer useful SAP help link

      CIF Error Handling

      Best Regards,

      R.Brahmankar

  • Apr 30 at 09:07 AM

    Hello,

    CIF queues stand for

    Reservation CFRSV

    Planned/production order CFPLO

    Please check entries in table CIF_IMORD and CIF_IMRSV. I think you have entries in this tables which is creating CIF queues.

    Delete respective entries in the qRFC queue in SMQ1.

    Then Deactivate the integration model CFM2

    Then delete these integration model in CFM7

    Then run report 'RCIFIMDL' in SE38 for object T_ORD delete unused filter object.

    After that create new order and check it again.

    Best Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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  • Apr 30 at 10:35 AM

    Thanks Rupesh,

    I delete them from SMQ1 but they pop again. This being a production system users do create process orders and do several things with them all the time. The process orders of materials NOT in any currently active int models, are trying to call APO for reasons I cannot discern. I checked where used in models and I can assure these materials, their PDS and their resources do not exist in any int models.

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    • Hello,

      Then delete these integration model in CFM7

      Then run report 'RCIFIMDL' in SE38 for object T_ORD delete unused filter object.

      after that it will work for you.

      Best Regards,

      R.Brahmankar