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A B E N D KTEXT : MMPV_DATE_CHECK: Error occurred (Note 1082841). Trans

Hi gurus

I am trying to open posting period in MMPV but it is displaying a errror

*A B E N D*

*KTEXT : MMPV_DATE_CHECK: Error occurred (Note 1082841).*

*Transaction MMPV (period closing program) cannot be executed. For more information, see Note 1082841*

*E N D*

Please guide me how to resolve this error

Regards

Gaurav

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  • Posted on May 05, 2011 at 01:49 PM

    Hi Gaurav,

    The note has been developed to avoid execution of MMPV by mistake, which has happended quite often in the past and has resulted into complex and difficult corrections.

    The note provides a feature to prevent using MMPV to shift into a future period. This feature is activated automatically after

    implementing the note.

    So, after note 1082841, MMPV can continue only if the new period is within 10 days (by default but is configurable) away from the current date in the system.

    Otherwise, it will terminate and no change will be made.

    Please check by yourself whether now it's within 10 days away from your posting period.

    If not, the message is desired and correct.

    To disable this feature, you must set parameter ID MMPV_READ_NOTE with the current date in the user parameters in form YYYYMMDD (Y = year, M = month, D = day).

    To change the number of days to a value other than the default (10 days), set the following entry in table CKMLMVADMIN:

    KKEY : MMPV_NUMBER_DAYS_ALLOWED

    KDATA : <number of days MMPV is allowed>

    Only integers are allowed, with 0 meaning MMPV is allowed only on or after the first day of a new period. If the value is greater than the actual number of days in a period then it means MMPV is allowed for the entire month. Any invalid entry in the KDATA field will be ignored and the default value will be used.

    Regards,

    Mauro

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