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Problem during Move-in-No schedule record found for portion XX before date

Hi,

We found an error while doing move-in.The error message is "No schedule record found for portion XX before 09.01.2009".

We have checked that schedule records are already created.

Actually we created a new portion and we assigned an existing mru to it.

As that MRU was earlier in a different portion and we changed it to the new portion then we created schedule records.

After that we are doing move-in for a bp which falls under that mru and portion.

Please guide me when a new portion is created, is it required to activate all the mrus of that portion?

Please guide.It will be a great help.

Thanks and Regards

Edited by: MPVash Vash on Dec 23, 2008 1:11 PM

Edited by: MPVash Vash on Dec 24, 2008 6:57 AM

Edited by: MPVash Vash on Dec 24, 2008 6:59 AM

Edited by: MPVash Vash on Dec 24, 2008 7:00 AM

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    Posted on Dec 28, 2008 at 10:26 AM

    Hi,

    You need Schedule records.

    You can see if you got them in TCODE E43C.

    To Create Schedule Records use TCODE EA43 .

    Hope I've helped you!

    RATE if it helped..

    Michael.

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      Hi,

      Thanks for your reply please.

      Please tell what should be the sequence of creation of schedule records?

      Should we first create Schedule Records for Portion and then MRU or reverse?

      The following is output from existing schedule record display from E43C.

      Output display from E43C for Portion:XXXX

      XXXX 10.11.2008 10.11.2008

      XXXX 10.12.2008 10.12.2008

      XXXX 10.01.2009 12.01.2009

      XXXX 10.02.2009 10.02.2009

      XXXX 10.03.2009 10.03.2009

      Output display from E43C for MRU: YYYY

      YYYY 09.09.2008 29.08.2008 27.08.2008

      YYYY 09.10.2008 29.09.2008 27.09.2008

      YYYY 09.11.2008 30.10.2008 28.10.2008

      YYYY 10.11.2008 10.11.2008 08.11.2008

      XXXX 10.11.2008 10.11.2008

      YYYY 09.12.2008 28.11.2008 26.11.2008

      YYYY 10.12.2008 10.12.2008 08.12.2008

      XXXX 10.12.2008 10.12.2008

      YYYY 09.01.2009 30.12.2008 28.12.2008

      YYYY 10.01.2009 09.01.2009 07.01.2009

      XXXX 10.01.2009 12.01.2009

      YYYY 10.02.2009 10.02.2009 08.02.2009

      XXXX 10.02.2009 10.02.2009

      YYYY 10.03.2009 10.03.2009 08.03.2009

      XXXX 10.03.2009 10.03.2009

      Please give your comments, your help will be highly appreciated.

      Thanks and Regards

      Edited by: MPVash Vash on Jan 2, 2009 9:35 AM

      Edited by: MPVash Vash on Jan 12, 2009 8:38 AM

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2008 at 01:07 PM

    CHeck table TE417

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 01:49 PM

    Hi everyone,

    Because of the no. of questions limit i am closing this issue. I request you all to please keep on giving your valuable suggestions. All your help is highly appreciable.

    Thanks and Regards

    Edited by: MPVash Vash on Jan 16, 2009 2:50 PM

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