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Missing PPM in APO

Hello,

I created an Integration Model containing all the production versions. Some never arrived in APO. From most of them, I know the reasons:

- no resources in APO

- the base quantity is too small

....

In note 448085, a lot of these reasons are well described.

But I would like to know if there is a program or a report that can check these different preconditions, so we can see which production versions can be correctly transferred to APO and which aren't?

Hope someone can help me out with this!

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2008 at 10:00 AM

    Hello Sofie,

    After you run integration model, check the queues and application logs which will give you the actual error caused and the items which are affected due to the error by not updating into APO. Take action on those items with the error seen. Then re-cif those items so that it will go properly into APO.

    Hope this query solve your problem. Please confirm.

    Regards

    R. Senthil Mareeswaran.

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    • Former Member Nitin Thatte

      Ok, thanks guys for these interesting ideas. I guess when we really want this we should develop a program our own as I first thought. But it is always usefull to first check if someone already had done this. (you don't have to re-invent the wheel).

      Nitin, I will check your tip, I will do some testing with the consistency check in the Integration Model. Maybe this will be sufficient, and if it's not, it can maybe generate some interesting ideas before we start developing our program.

      Thanks a lot!

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