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Material Sales Text.

I have run across something that I can not find an answer to. I have searched this Forum, OSS Notes, and tried to Google this as well. To make a long story short, we no longer have a SD Functional/Technical person and I am trying to learn as I go. When creating a Return (Doc Type RE), I enter a material which has no Sales Text for any of the Sales Orgs, but yet when I look at the Texts, I see a Material Sales Text. I have gone to the Material Master, added a Sales Text for the Sales Org I am working with, and the Text is bought in as I expect it to be on the RE. I then delete the Text, add the material to the RE, and again a Sales Text is being bought in even though no Sales Text exits in the Sales Org Views.

We are curerntly using version 4.7

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 09:03 PM

    the text you see, does this text have something to do with your material, or is it a totally strange text?

    such phantom texts can happen for unknown reasons - see OSS note 966625 for solution

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 08:20 PM

    Go to the Sales Order and then on the line item (or the header if you see the text there) and choose the Texts tab.

    Then choose the Text and clic on the "log" button on the bottom of the text panel.

    This will show you the basic text determination analysis and will tell exactly from where this text came from

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    • Former Member

      Thanks for your response.

      I have done as you mentioned. For the Material Sales Text, all the Objects say the (VBBP) Requirement is not met and the Text can not be obtained or (MVKE) Text Does not Exist.

      Any other suggestions?

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