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Task plan creation error: Maintenance Cycle for Maintenance Project

Hi Folks,

I'm implementing CHARM in Solution Manager and i don't have any errors in /TMWFLOW/CHARMCHK . even there is no error when click on refresh button in SOLAR_PROJECT_ADMIN.

But when i'm trying to create maintenance cycle i'm getting the error like : -

Solution Manager and Change Request Management are not consistent.

When i loked at SLG1 : - Task plan creation error: Maintenance Cycle for Maintenance Project and Solution Manager and Change Request Management are not consistent.

Please let me know if anybody got the same error????

Praveen

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 03:37 PM

    I think i'm geting the error becoz of " The Solution Manager project does not have an active CTS project yet " this....

    Can any one tell me how to activate CTS Projec???

    Note :- I couldn't find the path for below 2 things.

    1. Call transaction /TMWFLOW/CMSCONF.

    2. Select the Distribution Routes tab page.

    3. In the Project Landscape group box, select a Solution Manager project.

    4. Choose Synchronize Configuration

    1. Call transaction /TMWFLOW/CMSCONF.

    2. Select the Distribution Routes tab page.

    3. In the Project Landscape group box, select a Solution Manager project whose status is Active or Released.

    4. Choose CTS Status Switches.

    Please let me know where and how to find???

    Praveen

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Thanks for the Reply Anand,

      I did created IMG project for my DEV system and it prompts me to create Transport Requests...the i said yes and it created corresponding requests for corresponding project memeber's.

      Please let me know if i need to do any thing else for that error???

      Praveen

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