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LocalATP from R/3 in CRM 4.0

Hi Experts,

I have set up the ATP in SPRO. ATP check is happening for TAN and ZTANs but not for TANN in Free of charge ordes in CRM 4.0.

I am getting the following errors-

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Availability check/information: ATP error log (display via long text)

Message no. CRM_APO 203

Diagnosis

Errors occurred during availability check or availability information in the ATP System.

If you use an SAP APO System or an SAP R/3 System for availability check/information, the relevant system issues an error log to CRM Online. The messages of the error log are listed below with the message ID (message class) and message number. If more detailed help is available in the form of long texts, these long texts are listed right under the short texts.

System response

The ATP System cannot report any results of the availability check/information until the errors have been fixed there.

Procedure

You can obtain the meaning of the messages from the ATP System. If you cannot fix the errors yourself, contact the responsible administrator of the ATP System.

Procedure for System Administration

Follow the recommendations of the ATP System.

Error Log ATP System: DV3CLNT900

Msg ID B! Msg. no 015 With follow. descript:

The OPEN_DI of BTE 01010000 could not determine any function modules

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End of message----


Error Log ATP System: R3CLNT600

Msg ID B! Msg. no 000 With follow. descript:

Ther is no input help for entry 01010000 in the selection attribute type field

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> Following long text exists: <----


Diagnosis

Possible entries can only be displayed if you entered the letter A as attribute type.

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Any clue ??

thanks

Yash

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 04:06 PM

    Hi All,

    Any clue??

    thanks

    Yash

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