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MM01 - material created successfully - no data exists in DB

Hi, When i try to create material in MM01, i am getting success message " material xxx is created successfully. When i try to open it in MM02 or MM03, i am getting the message 'The group data for the material xxx is locked by xxxxx'. The material that was created is not present in the MM tables also. I checked in SO01, the following error has occured.

Update was terminated

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Created on 29.05.2008 09:34:57

Update was terminated

System ID.... GRS

Client....... 110

User..... LPRIYA

Transaction.. MM02

Update key... 483E599953863470E10000000A4A0235

Generated.... 29.05.2008, 08:34:08

Completed.... 29.05.2008, 09:34:57

Error Info... 00 671: ABAP/4 processor: STACK_STATE_NO_ROLL_MEMORY

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Experts, please reply immediately. its urgent.

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    Posted on May 29, 2008 at 09:22 AM

    hi,

    check whether the same material is there in MARA, MARC, MARD tables....

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    Posted on May 29, 2008 at 09:27 AM

    Hi

    "For your update terminate problem please proceed accordingly

    goto SM13, there you can see the updates terminated & their logs.

    Click on one of the Updates terminated with transaction.

    Double click on the line , you will see alist of Function modules, click on the function module in red, here click on the log to see more details on the reason for update termination.

    in the dump anlysis you can see the reason for dump.

    Act as per the dump anlaysis. usuall reasons for the dump is any new changes to the program or number range error ."

    Check in table MAR the last number generated & compre it with the number in the Config of number ranges of material type.

    Thanks & Regards

    Kishore

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