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CA-TS-PS and message LR265 - Unit not permitted


Please help me with the following: I defined several activity types for equipments, in use by our groundworkers. The idea is to use CAT2 for entering the activities and transfer this activities to network activities. The activity types are defined with KL01 and planned on the sender Cost center with KP26.

The time sheet layout is customized for entering different activity types, the working place (PS) maintained in units. We don't want to use the unit "hours" or any other timebased unit.

So far, so good. Transferring these activities to internal orders, wbs elements or cost centers works well.

But entering the same activity types in combination with an network activity results in Error message "LR265 - Unit not permitted" from CATS_CHECK_INPUT.

Is there a way to avoid this error message?

Kind regards,


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    Posted on Mar 20, 2008 at 11:33 AM

    Heyy netwtork thing is your PS consultant hasi to define for particlar activty type.

    I am working in the same way, its working perfectly fine for me..

    Error must be smthing related to the netwrk assignment ..

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      Hi there Chiafi,

      Please inform me about the network activity setting? Is is defined as labor, external activity, material?

      We defined the network as labor, allowed quantity "pieces" instead of "hours".

      The personal number of the groundworker is the selection criterium for CAT2. The groundworker enter his own hours with his own activity type and an presence code for HRM. Also for CO / PS the internal orders, cost centers ect.

      And for the equipment in the same timesheet, the pieces used by this groundworker. As said before, only the network activity results in an error message. I can change the error message to a warning, but I'm searching for a more sophisticated solution.

      Thanks in advance,


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