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Credit management - Large number of customers-RVKRED77 does not help


We have recently discovered that for a particular credit control area we have a large number of customers with discrepancy(around 400). We are not able to use RVKRED77 as this locks VBAK,VBAP etc and it is not possible to get more than 45 minutes without any users processing sales transactions. Due to the large numbers we would need a considerably long "quiet time". We have found that we can use program RVKRED07 to do the re organization with the "No Block" option turned on and this allows us to do the correction without locking VBAK etc. Would this be the SAP recommended way to do this or is any correction to RVKRED77 possible? Will running RVKRED07 with "No block" cause any issues?



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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 02:30 PM


    As far as I know, you should always run RVKRED77 in the background... Try to schedule a job for this and let me know if it works...

    The problem with credit master would be mainly due to problems in info structures S066 & S067.. there are few OSS notes on this particular issue if you search them on of them is OSS-666587 which will give you tha exact solution in this situation.

    Do let me know..


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      The reason why no one would suggest the use of RVKRED07 is because, yes, you may select it with "NO BLOCK" option, however if there are sales transactions being carried out while the reorg program is running, you will end up with serious reorg issues.

      I strongly suggest you get system down time to do this. Or if this customer is so big, surely you can ask SAP themselves for assistance with this solution.


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