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Cannot delete Service Entry Sheet

Dear Experts,

Can please help me for the error encountered while deleting the Service Entry Sheet?

Error: Total takeoff quantity for (Service Entry Short Text) is getting < 0 . Processing not possible.

Message: BOS01182

Thank you,

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    Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 10:55 AM

    Hi

    For deleting the Service Entry Sheet (SES)

    Enter t-code ML81N and enter ur SES no.

    Then click on the change button at header level.

    Then click on Revoke acceptance and save

    After click on save button. Second time click on change button.

    So system will display you deletion flag indicator like dust bin.

    Than set it(click on deletion flag button) and click on save button.

    To cancel SES

    1. Go to ML81N Tcode

    2. enter your SES no

    3. Go to change mode

    4. Unrelease service entry sheet by selecting Menupath Service entry

    ->Set Status -> cancel release

    5. Then selct Menupath as Entry sheet -> delete

    Check it out

    Regards,

    Raman

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2009 at 04:11 AM

    Hi,

    Thank, I have tried the steps however there is an error message encountered.

    Error: Total takeoff quantity for (Service Entry Short Text) is getting < 0 . Processing not possible.

    Message: BOS01182

    Regards,

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