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CATT Error

I am trying to create a CATT for transaction MM02 to change a Classification tab entry. The floating field is coming from table AUSP.

Error:

Syntax error: (2004) Offset and length are not in the form +x(y)

I am getting this error when I try to define the parameter field on the CATT under Characteristic value.

How do I pass '2004' value to a characteristic field?

Anyone please help! Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jun 22, 2004 at 02:06 PM

    Hi,

    I'm not quit sure where your problem is. Sometimes CATT is strict in using offsets.

    In a CATT 4.6 system I would try to get the value from the table into another variable:

    &ausp-field = &Z_Value_Save. Then it should be possible to get the value to another field:

    &Z_Another_Field = &Z_Value_Save+9(4).

    Hope that helps, because I can't test it and it looks like you're talking from eCATT.

    Bye

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