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Exception condition “OPR_NOT_FOUND” raised, in CO02

Hi all,

We faced Runtime Errors RAISE_EXCEPTION

Short text : Exception condition u201COPR_NOT_FOUNDu201D raised.

When technical person checked he come up reason is entries field of table RESB-COUNTER is greater than entry of table AFVC-COUNTER

We come across below SAP note which provide report to rectify above mention inconsistence in tables

Link :[https://websmp230.sap-ag.de/sap(bD1lbiZjPTAwMQ==)/bc/bsp/spn/sapnotes/index2.htm?numm=182011]

After running this it rectify the inconsistence ,But we are unable to find root cause why this inconsistence is being generated.

We are on SAP ECC 6.0, I tried to search relevant Note but didnu2019t find any, so if someone faced same in past please share your experience also suggest possible cause of generation of this inconsistence.

want to add we are using Exit for component allocation , which is doing allocations based on custom logic.

but i checked it activating as well as by deactivating it , in both cases facing same error.

Thanks

Ritesh

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2011 at 06:03 PM

    Hello

    The following notes are the most recent corrections for program error which can cause this issue on production orders:

    1541774 Reading master data: RAISE_EXCEPTION: OPR_NOT_FOUND

    1364818 Exception condition "OPR_NOT_FOUND" raised.

    Best regards

    Caetano Almeida

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    Posted on Nov 04, 2011 at 02:39 PM

    HI Ritesh,

    May I know for which field transfer you got this issue.

    I mean I want the table field. So that I can Check in My Latest versions,.

    Cheers

    Chandra

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