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how to check inconsistency of PPMs components (APO) wtih BOMs (R/3)

Hi Experts,

We are usging APO 3.0A. And sometimes we have problem that not all components are transferred correctly to APO from R/3.

Is there any function to compare R/3 master recipes (BOMs) with APO PPMs to find such kind of inconsistency easily, e.g. like a download function of PPMs?

Thank you so much and Best regads,

Katsuya

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2010 at 06:27 AM

    Hi Katsuya,

    If I get you correctly, then I suggest that, You can go for the Integration Model consistency check for your PPM. Please try to run the report RAPOKZFX in R/3 side, with the data like material and location. This should tell you if there are any inconsistencies.

    Thanks,

    Satyajit

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      Hi Satyajit,

      Thank you for your reply and kind advice.

      May I ask one thing?

      If the some components is missing due to master errror etc., RAPOKZFX can detect the inconsistency? My understanding was this function RAPOKZFX is to check inconsistency active Integration model and material master's flag only.

      Thanks a lot and Best regards,

      K.Kokubo

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