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MBST error

Hi Gurus,

When i'm trying to cancel a material doc in MBST, we are getting the following error.

Check table 063: entry WS ST H does not exist

PLease help

Thanks

Anusha

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    Posted on Mar 13, 2009 at 12:11 AM

    Hi Anusha,

    Can you provide more details about which document you're trying to cancel via MBST? To the best of my knowledge there is no table 063

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    I suspect that you're trying to cancel a backflush document via MBST, hence hitting the above error message (M7001). Please refer to sap note - 180302

    Hope the above clarifies.

    Edited by: Vivek on Mar 13, 2009 8:18 AM

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    Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 06:50 PM

    Greetings,

    I just ran into the same problem. First, try to cancel the document in the module it was created. E.g., if it was a Production Backflush, use transaction MF41; if it was a Post-goods-Issue or Receipt, use trans VL09; etc.

    If that is not possible, the table you have to modify is T063. I did this in our Q system and was able to run MBST successfully, but I am not sure of some of the parameters. I added a line with these values:

    WS ST H _ 460 V ST HS 1 (Note: the "_" is a blank in field TTyp)

    I guessed at the values after WS ST H by looking at the other entries. I used System-Status for the "Screen" and "GUI Status" but the rest, especially the last ("Title"), were guesses . If anyone has some explanation of those fields I would appreciate it - I read SAP's explanations but they didn't help.

    Good luck.

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