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PLA CESS in Utilisation to Run time error -J2IUN-

Hi Gurus,

While doing Monthly Utilisation, when i tried to select the duty after selecting PLA-CESS, it is leading to Runtime Error.

If some body faced the similar problem, how to solve it.

And also tell me as there is no offsetting for this PLA Cess(because no PLA CESS on Rawmaterials), how to capture it.

Runtime Error:

DYNPROFIELD_CONVERSION_

There was a conversion error in the output of fields to the screen.

The formats of the ABAP output field and the screen field may not match.

Some field types require more space on the screen than in the ABAP

program. For example, a date output field on the screen requires two

more characters than the corresponding field in the ABAP program. When

the date is displayed on the screen, an error occurs resulting in this

error message.

Screen name.............. "J_1IRUTZN"

Screen number............ 9000

Screen field............. "UTIL1-BAL"

Error text............... "FX015: Sign lost."

BEST REGARDS

Sri

Edited by: Sri on Sep 8, 2008 6:41 PM

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2008 at 06:29 AM

    Hi,

    Kindly check & update the highest Patch level.

    Regards:

    Vijjey

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2008 at 06:33 AM

    Raised OSS Notes.

    Thanks to all for your support.

    Best Regards

    SRI

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