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desactivate message MM129 in additionnal data

hi

how can i desactivate the information message MM129 in additionnal data in material master.

for exemple i have PC in basic unit in basic data 1 , in additionnal data i put 2 EDU (another unit) => 1 PC and i have this message that the unit is smallest than the basic unit.

in Spro in logistic general =>message system, this message are not and i can't put another entries.

thanks for your answer

serge

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 06:59 AM

    hi Serge ,

    use following config

    logistics general -material master - basic settings- define attributes of system messages

    there you will find this message.You can change it to warning or error or no message as per your requirement.

    Regards

    Mangesh

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    • Former Member Former Member

      hi

      i have my answer . Not possible in 4.6 C to modify the message in custo because it's in hard in include LMGD1F2F

         IF NOT KZ_SMALL_UNIT IS INITIAL AND BILDFLAG IS INITIAL
             AND LHMG_UPDATEFLG IS INITIAL.
            BILDFLAG = X.
            MESSAGE S129(MM).
      *       Die Basismengeneinheit ist nicht die kleinste ME
      *       Entwicklungsantrag 251399
      *       Diese Warnung erscheint nicht, wenn geänderte ME = LHME, in die-
      *       sem Fall erscheint die Warnung: LHMG wurde geaendert (s119 mm).
          ENDIF.

      so i will see in OSS

      serge

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