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Version Lock while performing CJR2 & CJ9FS simultaneously

Hi Guys,

This is related to planning Versions. We have 2 Plan versions. A & B.

Issue: In CJR2 am planning some cost for project u201CXu201D against plan version A. & Simultaneously I opened another screen for CJ9FS & copying plan values from Version B to Version A for a project u201CYu201D. Since the version A is already being processed by me, I am getting an error u201CNo posting due to locks in the plan data interfaceu201D .

We all know this is a STD SAP error. But, in our project we donu2019t want this error to be populated in this situation. We want the system should allow us to perform CJ9FS with out any error even if we do CJR2 & CJ9FS transaction simultaneously. Because we are following global tamplete procedure,so lot of projects in place & its very difficult to wait for one to complete & start.

any solutions?

I would like to know if anybody faced this problem & got some solution on that. If yes please reply with your answers. If you have some SAP notes forward me.

Thanks

Suresh

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  • Posted on Apr 07, 2009 at 02:27 PM

    You might not get a reply to your post here, since most users of Crystal Xcelsius product are not familiar with the SAP product you're using.

    Sincerely,

    Ted Ueda

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    Posted on May 22, 2009 at 06:37 AM

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