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JIT00 820 Error Message

We are receiving error messages like this on a daily basis out of several of our plants and are unable so far to determine the cause. They are not affecting any transactions that we can identify, but we are trying to determine the cause, and if necessary, any corrective action to be taken.

13:41:07 DIA 26 200 BPARRACK VT02 D01 Transaction Canceled JIT00 820 ( 80223089 )

All of the plant SAP users identified in the error messages are Shipping personnel who routinely use Tcodes VT01N, VT02N, VT11 and VL02N. The error messages are generating from plants that have deliveries with JIT Calls for kanban and line sequencing shipments as well as plants that have no customers that use those processes (hence no JIT Calls).

Does anyone know why these error messages might be getting generated?

Regards,

Jeff Stewart

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  • Posted on Nov 03, 2011 at 07:49 PM

    Take a look at OSS Note 1066850 - JIT: DELI - Delivery creation allowed in parallel mode. to see whether this helps your scenario.

    Regards,

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 10:18 PM

    We solved this problem ourselves after reviewing the SAP text for the 820 error message which reads "No delivery found with number &1". This pointed us to a User Exit we are using - SAPLV56K_002 - where every delivery that is created in our system is looking for JIT Calls, and if no JIT Calls are found, then the error messages are being created through the User Exit . We have decided that if the non-JIT Call deliveries can be bypassed by distinguishing JIT Call deliveries from non-JIT Call deliveries, then the error messages can be eliminated. One way to distinguish the Deliveries is if they are created against a ZLZJ order type for line-sequenced or kanban schedule agreements (VBAK-AUART).

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