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Argument does not exist in Table?

Hi,

I'm trying to create Planned Independent Requirements using the BAPI_REQUIREMENTS_CREATE.

Getting the error "Argument does not exist in Table".

I'm passing the following parameters.

REQUIREMENTS_ITEM

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MATERIAL = '000000000000015197'.

PLANT = 'ABC1'.

REQU_TYPE= 'TEST'.

VERSION = '00'.

VERS_ACTIV = 'X'.

REQ_NUMBER = ''.

REQUIREMENTS_SCHEDULE_IN

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DATE_TYPE = '2'.

REQ_DATE = '20101001'.

REQ_QTY = 50.

PROD_VES = '0010'.

REQUIREMENT_PARAM

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STATUS = ''.

TRTYP = 'X'.

DELKZ = SPACE.

SYNCRON = 'X'.

Did I miss any parameters?

Why I'm getting this error?

Thanks

Thruna

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2010 at 12:37 PM

    Resolved!!!

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      Ryan,

      Are you passing all the parameters like below?

      SSHDIN-DATE_TYPE = '2'.

      SSHDIN-REQ_DATE = '20100101'.

      SSHDIN-REQ_QTY = 100.

      APPEND SSHDIN.

      ITEM-MATERIAL = '00000000000012345'.

      ITEM-PLANT = 'ABC1'.

      ITEM-REQU_TYPE = 'TEST'.

      ITEM-VERSION = '00'.

      ITEM-VERS_ACTIV = 'X'.

      ITEM-REQ_NUMBER = ''.

      ITEM-MRP-AREA = 'ABC1'.

      PARAM-STATUS = 'X'.

      PARAM-TRTYP = 'X'.

      PARAM-DELKZ = SPACE.

      PARAM-SYNCRON = 'X'.

      CALL FUNCTION 'BAPI_REQUIREMENTS_CREATE'

      EXPORTING

      REQUIREMENTS_ITEM = ITEM

      REQUIREMENT_PARAM = PARAM

      IMPORTING

      MATERIAL = BAPI_MATNR

      PLANT = BAPI_WERKS

      REQUIREMENTSTYPE = BAPI_BEDAE

      VERSION = BAPI_VERSB

      REQMTSPLANNUMBER = BAPI_PBDNR

      TABLES

      REQUIREMENTS_SCHEDULE_IN = SSHDIN

      RETURN = RETURN1

      EXCEPTIONS

      OTHERS = 1.

      Thanks

      Thruna

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