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function module MB_CREATE_GOODS_MOVEMENT in batch status modificacion

Hi all!

I am trym to post a batch from "unrestricted use" status to "restricted" status using the tcode MSC2N, and the system shows me an error:

"Error 15 in posting for status change

Message no. M7661

Diagnosis

When posting the status change, an error occured.

Return code: 15

Procedure

Action to be taken by the system administrator

For a description of the return code, please see the documentation of

the function module MB_CREATE_GOODS_MOVEMENT. "

Please, does any one have any idea???

Thanks a lot in advance!!!

Tatiana

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2009 at 05:41 PM

    check if you have necessary authorizations to change..the status of batchs

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      hI,

      Check following error codes and the description this function can return ..If you are getting the return code as 15 check the header data is passed correctly or not.

      16               Initialization incorrect
      15              Header data incorrect
      11              Error when reading material master records per PREFETCH
      10              Error when reading material short texts per PREFETCH
      08              Allocation of IMSEG to EMSEG incorrect
      07              Error when correcting an item
      06              Error when creating an item
      05              No item generated
      04              It is only permitted to post all items; however, there
                          is at least one incorrect item
      03              Error when posting the document
      02              Allocation of IMSEG to EMSEG incorrect
      01              Allocation of YMBUZ to XMSEG incorrect

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