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Predefined Confirmation CO1P

Hi All,

I have a situation where a confirmation took place via CO19 for an PP order.

Now when trying to cancel confirmation using CO13 it was not possible but by using CO1P it was possible after clearing the COGI.

In CO13 when the order no. was given it said nothing to confirm.

Its very strange and its not repeating regularly.

Can anyone suggest why this is so? Whats going wrong in the process and do we also use CO1P for cancellation of PP order.

Rg,

Vipul

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Apr 18, 2008 at 10:24 AM

    This doc will give you necessary inputs. It basically happens when the system loads are high. Cancellation of confirmations directs the reversal goods movements to CO1p.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/e3/7cd32396f611d1b5a60000e8359890/frameset.htm

    regards

    Ram

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      Hi,

      goods movements of cancellations (CO13) are performed in update task. Technically, this is done via AFFW records. Now if an error occurs (like missing storage location or insufficient stock) this erro is written into AFFW and the failed GM becomes visible in tr. COGI. In case of locks, no error info is written into AFFW, because a lock is not really an error to be solved later. So the AFFW record remains without error info. Those records are not visible in COGI but in tr. CO1P. SAP notes recommend to schedule a report regularly to pick up those records (CORUAFWP, CORUPROC) which makes it not necessary to use CO1P manually any longer.

      Regards, Andreas

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