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MASS_MARC

i have problems with transaction MASS_MARC. after executing and saving mass change on materials everything seems fine, there is no error message. but when i go to check data, i found it is not changed. When i repeat process in MASS_MARC it changes values on some materials, and on some still not. I have to repeat mass maintenance in MASS_MARC approx. 4-5 times till i get all changes updated. there is no error on those material, cause maintenance through MM02 works fine. also maintenance through MASS_MARC for one material works fine. but when i select for example 100 materials to change, i doesnt work properly.

does anyone had such a problem? what could be the reason? can someone offer me some solution?

i'll appreciate any help and reward it with points, of course 😊

Regards,

Sara

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2007 at 11:54 AM

    Dear Sars,

    I also ever had an issue like you, but for mass-po document.

    There's no error but the document was not change.

    And in my point of view, when i test to change it manually, it seems like : if the document or data that we change contain a diffrent view or maybe a warning message appear when changing the data, somehow it can cancel the mass process and skip it to other records.

    eg: i change a standar PO and a service PO (both for purhcasing group), but you know for service PO , when you change it, there's another screen for service specification.So it had different screen and need to press button back first.but the mass process wasn';t able for that.

    This is from my perspective.

    Regards,

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