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Sending routing updates from SAP ECC to SAP ME failing in SAP MEINT

Dec 11, 2017 at 01:54 PM

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1)LOIROU :

1.1 It is complaining with the error message ([STEP = STD_END]. Error while saving routing: 'Step "20(AAAAAAAAAAAAA)" has a duplicate "20(BBBBBBBB)" on this routing (Message 14527)' (Message 14510)).

Therefore any kind of update to Routing from SAP ECC is failing here in SAP MEINT.

Note : I have already checked the ERP Field Maintenance and there is nothing fishy there.

1.2 Sometimes it also throwing these errors where any new routing version is getting failed and the below error message is shown in the MEINT

[STEP = STD_END]. SFCs released on this routing XXX, version A; you cannot change basic structure of this routing (Message 14028)

Let me know if you have already resolved these errors.

Patch level SAP ME . 15.1.5.0

Regards,

Muddassar Khan

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Vikash Singh Dec 12, 2017 at 08:53 AM
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you might need to fix some things.

1. Make a new version of same routing and release it (Version 'B'), don't release any SFC to this routing. This will solve temporarily

[STEP = STD_END]. SFCs released on this routing XXX, version A; you cannot change basic structure of this routing (Message 14028)

In long run, find if LOIROU is creating new version each time and create new version A-N where N-1 is last version.

2. 1.1 It is complaining with the error message ([STEP = STD_END]. Error while saving routing: 'Step "20(AAAAAAAAAAAAA)" has a duplicate "20(BBBBBBBB)" on this routing (Message 14527)' (Message 14510)).

Check in your Routing if there are duplicate operations or if Steps are getting duplicated. If duplicate operations, enable System rule to allow duplicate operations. If duplicate steps, check why that is being done in ERP because it is abnormal.

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Dear Vikash,


Thanks for your valuable comments.

1. Make a new version of same routing and release it (Version 'B'), don't release any SFC to this routing. This will solve temporarily -

You are right and that was also my expectation that regardless of how many SFCs have been released to a particular routing, the update coming from ECC should create a newer version routing.

This is the way master data should behave. I can check as you have suggested.

2.Check in your Routing if there are duplicate operations or if Steps are getting duplicated. If duplicate operations, enable System rule to allow duplicate operations. If duplicate steps, check why that is being done in ERP because it is abnormal -

Neither there is any duplicate operation in SAP ECC Routing nor it is trying to create a duplicate routing step.SAP ECC is sending every time modified routing(no increments to the Group Counter) and when this update is landing into SAP ME the behavior is.

SAP ME has

routing X Ver-A RoutingStep10 and RoutingStep20 then if SAP ECC is sending third operation or any other modification then it is complaining that there are is already a routing step with some ID.

What I understood : Somewhere new version of same routing is not getting created in SAP ME.

Regards,

Muddassar

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okay, probably when you test the temporary solution. you will see if you have answer for second or not.

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