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Engineering change management working with parameter effectivity

In Engineering change management

i have activated parameter effectivity &

defined parameter profile for DATE,SERNR,Kombi1-Customer(combination of Date & Customer name- Kunnr) in IMG settings

i am able to work with Date & SERNR But when i choose kombi1

i am getting the following error message

"No entries in database for object KUNDE_LO table AEEF"

i checked with table AEEF thier is no field KUNDE_LO

How to customize effectivity type Customer

is there any thing i have missed ....

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    Posted on Nov 02, 2007 at 07:01 AM

    Hii Srinivasan!!

    Check Tcode OS54, and check the response.

    cheers

    kapil

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Srinivas,

      KUNDE_LO is a data element , what ever kombi1 is defined i think that does not have any values maintained in the system.

      or

      Check whether any user exits or BAPI's used bringing the customer specifications.

      You can also check the data element existence u might have done that .....

      Reward if useful

      Thanks,

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    Posted on Apr 08, 2008 at 03:59 PM

    Structure AEEFB needs to have your setting for sure. I am determining if this structure needs to be manually updated with the new data element.

    A new data elemnt was created and I believe this needs to be added to the structure.

    Your thoughts

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