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Delete Routes with status Active

Jun 19, 2017 at 02:17 PM


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When a route is created and it has status "Active" I'm not able to delete the route after it has been finished. However I can delete a route which one has status "in Process" but I'm not able to change the status as all fields are set to grey-out after it's completed.

Also for the same I cannot delete the visit inside the route. The delete button is not available. Only possibility is to go to the visit itself and from there I can delete it.

Anyone an idea how to solve this?


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Fabio Damasceno
Jun 19, 2017 at 02:37 PM

Hello Arian =)

I investigated your issue scenario and found the case document

2422003 - You cannot Delete a Route After they Have been Activated and the Visits Generated.

There it is stated that this is the system standard behavior. Maybe you can go further and, as Administration Guide suggests in the section ' - Use Web Services (A2X) to Read, Edit, or Delete Routes' address this with webservices, okay?

We hope this helps you in your scenario, Arian. Bye!

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Hello Fábio,

Thank you for your proper answer.

Unfortunately I cannot open your link as it's not a valid URL. I cannot find the note in the knowledge base of SAP.

I will check for the Webservice!




Hello again Arian,

Please mind the steps below for reaching the mentioned case document 2422003:

1) Select the “Solution Search” button from any “Incident” window. The “Solution Search” window opens.

2) Enter one or more search terms and select “Go”.

3) Check the displayed results and refine your search if necessary.

For more details about the search options and results, refer to the document “Incident Quick Guide”.

I believe this will lead you to the proper documentation - we are happy to see you pursuing alternatives with webservices, let us know the outcome of this later on ;)