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DP plan release to SNP

Dear all

i m facing the problem while relase DP forecast to SNP it gives followig error:

/SAPAPO/TSM 227

This internal error should not occur during normal processing. However if this message is displayed, contact your system administration or the SAP hotline quoting the mesage number

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 01:33 PM

    please try checking the application log (SLG1), you may find more detailed description of the error

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 01:55 PM

    Hi Sanjay,

    As Sai said, check SLG1 for more details.

    Here is how you check it;

    3. Go to transaction SLG1 and enter the following details:

    Object name : u201CAPO_FCSu201D

    Subobject : u201CRELEASEu201D

    From and to dates : On the date of execution of the job/Transaction MC90.

    Start and end times: Range to include the job/interactive execution time.

    Make sure you have the entries in the selection screen in MC90. particularly the source planning area, target planning area, versions and the SNP category.

    In case you need reference. Go through this sap help documentation on [ Release of the Demand Plan to SNP|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_scm50/helpdata/en/0d/429bcf38ee11d3982b0000e8a49608/frameset.htm]

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