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Routing Operation Classification 018

Hi All,

I have mainatined the class type as 018 in CL02.

And assigned class to one of the operation of the routing.

But when i try to check the attahced class to operation after some time it is giving me the error message as

No classifiable objects defined

Message no. CL512

Diagnosis

No classifiable objects are defined.

Before you can classify an object, you must define the object type.

I am using ECC 6.0 version.

Thanks,

Amit Shah

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  • Posted on Nov 15, 2010 at 02:08 AM

    Hi

    The SAP note 620456 can be helpful for this issue, the issue gnerally comes due to missing entries in the cutomization table TCLT. The report Z_UPD_TCLT attached in that note can create the entries or you can do that manually.

    We saw the report could be run on ECC6 as well.

    Best Regards.

    Leon.

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2013 at 08:50 PM

    An old question, but if someone is having the same problem this could help.

    SAP showed me the same error when I tried to access the operation class in the txn CA02.

    No classifiable objects defined

    Message no. CL512

    Then I displayed the class in txn CL03 and when i tried again to show the class in txn CA02 the error disappeared. You could try to display the class information before using txn CA02 to avoid the message CL512.

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