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SMQ2 entries - PI dummy activities cannot have input/output nodes

Hi

I've just completed an upgrade of APO from 30A to SCM5 SR2.

I'm trying to reconcile differencies between R/3 and SCM with the DELTAREPORT3 (/sapapo/ccr).

It keeps coming back with alot of entries for Planned Orders.

When I try and reconcile (send to APO) the APO inbound queue (SMQ2) fills up with loads of SYSFAIL entries.

Each entry has the same error "PI dummy activities cannot have input/output nodes".

Can anyone shed some light on why this could happen, and what this BASIS guy can do to resolve?

thanks,

Stephen

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2007 at 09:56 AM

    HI Stephen.

    Would suggest that there is a problem with master data. Try and work with someone with APO/R3-PP knowledge and compare PP master data with APO PPM's or PDS's.

    Pick a particular planned order that is failing and work through it methodically understanding what master data it was using when it was generated. Compare this data to the APO master data.

    Very general, I know but quite often master data is at the bottom of these things, especially if you are using PP-PI.

    Regards, Mark.

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2007 at 07:09 PM

    Hi,

    See if this helps you:

    Note 971059 - Error description for return code 315

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 10:06 AM

    problem was with DP Reload.

    Have done Upgrdae again and everything went fine.

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