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Activity type unit measure change after plan price calculation

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Have one issue on Activity type unit measure . early unit measure is "S" i was calculated activity type plan price calculation and run the standard cost estimate-Release also done. now i want to change the unit of measure S into "EA".

But system is throughing error message "Transaction data already exit".

I deleted directly in COST Table level deleted Activity type plant price object. i was try to change unit of measure but still i am getting same error message.

If i will change in master data table level CSLA, what r the implications please give me solution.

Regards

shivaji

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    Posted on Jun 22, 2010 at 01:19 PM

    Hi,

    I assume you have a development system where no transaction data is posted. Configuration is done in the development system and moved to Quality and Production system.

    If it is so, simply create a transport request in OKE6 ( Master data 2) after changing the Activity type master;s unit of measure.

    Transport the same to other clients. I am sure, that the Activity type master's unit of measure will change.

    Test the consequences in Quality client if data already exists.

    Njoy.

    Siva

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    Posted on Jun 22, 2010 at 01:27 PM

    Hello Mr. Shiva,

    once the data is posted the system will not allow you to change the CO Master Data in your Case Activity type and if you decide to delete the data in the table level all the data in your system will be lost

    Best Regards,

    Ravi Reddy

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