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CIF error while activation IM for Batches

HI,

I am trying to activate IM for batches but continuously getting the following error:

Sys fail

Product for external product number 00000000000010

Any suggestions regaring this will be appreciated.

Regards,

Anil

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    Former Member
    Sep 05, 2008 at 07:53 AM

    Hi Anil,

    Check the Application log and revert with the error message displayed.

    Regards,

    Manjit

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    Former Member
    Sep 05, 2008 at 12:58 PM

    please let us know in which side you found that error either from APO side or R/3 side. In either case try activating the queue once again and check if it goes through..if not please look at the application log (/SAPAPO/C3 in APO and CFG1 in R/3) for detailed error message.

    Also check if the material that is refering to is in the active IM and the MRP type maintained as X0 in MM03 in R/3.

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    Sep 09, 2008 at 03:10 AM

    Please check batches are classified with class type 230 .Also to transfer the classes to SAP APO, you must create the necessary organizational areas for the class type 230, in Customizing for mySAP SCM under Cross-Application Components ® Classes ® Maintain Object Types and Class Types

    Preparation of Batches in SAP R/3 for Transfer to SAP APO

    In SAP R/3 you classify batches that you want to use in SAP APO with the class type 023. If the batches are uniquely defined at plant level (class type 022), you must convert the batch level to material or client level (class type 023) before transfer to SAP APO. To do this, choose in Customizing for Batch Management Specify Batch Level and Activate Status Management.

    All affected R/3 systems must use class type 023 for batch classification. So that batch master data (for example, status of the batch) is transferred to SAP APO, the object characteristic data in SAP R/3 must be copied to the classification.

    To transfer batches from SAP R/3 to SAP APO, assign the batches to the integration model in SAP R/3 and execute the initial data transfer. If you use SAP APO 4.0 and still require classified stocks of batch-managed material for your processes, you must include the material for which batches are to be transferred in your existing integration model or in a new integration model. Set the Transfer batches of material indicator in the integration model for the material. This indicator is available as of Plug-In 2003.1 in SAP R/3 Basis Releases 4.6.B or higher

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    Feb 12, 2009 at 09:18 PM

    Hi,

    Check for user exits. I had similar problem and after deactivating user exit we were able to CIF without problems.

    Regards

    K7

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