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Item category U not allowed with document type XDE2

Hi,

I am getting following error in CIF Delta Report.

In Purchase Requisitions - Missing in R/3 Without External Key

Item category U not allowed with document type XDE2

What could be the reason for this.

Thanks

Sunil

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 07:12 AM

    Hi Sunil,

    This Error is observed due to incorrect document type generated by SNP heuristics with reference to ITEM category and document types matching maintained in SPRO settings in connected R3.

    For e.g. for Tolling products if we have maintained the document type allowed for item category for tolling is SNP Preq only but SNP generated order is Purchase req instead of SNP preq then you would observe this error.

    The Reason for incorrect Document type generated is due to incomplete Master data maintained. It is mainly due to incomplete Source of supply for e.g. PDS in tolling products not maintained at the time of Creation of Order.

    The non generation reason of PDS or Source of supply could be due to incorrect master data in Production version, BOM and Routing .

    Kindly check the master data PDS/PPM, Routing, BOM and Production with special reference to date validity. After Maintaining the Master data, delete the orders having this problem and rerun the SNP heuristics.It should generate the correct document type and hence No error in CIF delta.

    If any query, do let me know.

    warm regards

    Gaurav Mathur

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 08:32 AM

    Hi Sunil,

    Check STO setup in R/3.

    Check if View V_T161W - Default document type type STO" is maintained correctly.

    Warm Regards,

    Keshava Murthy Dasappa

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