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E28024 Syntax error in simple action/procedure (Line 1)

Hi All,

I have created function module and function for the dependency as per the data given in below link

I have created a class and assigned 3 characteristic Zgrade, Zseries and zvariants1.

Created the configuration profile and while assigning the dependency i am getting the error E28024 Syntax error in simple action/procedure (Line 1)

i have written the following code in dependency





Functions and FM have been created correctly.

Could any one help here. I am new to VC.

Thanks and Regards,

Ashutosh Dubey

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2019 at 04:34 PM

    You will probably need to provide some more information. Here are some general thoughts:
    Are you sure all the names of the characteristics and the functions inputs are correct?

    Are you sure you have values assigned to the input characteristics?

    Are your characteristics the correct data type?

    Have you assigned the class to the material?

    What kind of dependency are you using? Typically you want to use a procedure for this type of function. If you are using a constraint you will need to add more syntax (view SAP help for constraints)

    Are you using a multi-level BOM, if not why are you using Root for some of the characteristics and Self for the last one? You may be assigning the dependency on the wrong material. Start with a single level material with the class assigned to it and just use $self.

    Are you ending your dependency statement with a period?
    Dependencies syntax can be finicky with formatting. Make sure you are not using tabs. You may want to put the open '(' right next to the function name without a space between them.

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