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Time Unit of Measure for CATS

Hello guys

In the table CATSDB I find in the field MEINH, "CUR" value, instead of (as I have always found on other projects) u201CHu201D (hours); and I cannot change it.

So in the report CATS_DA, I see u201CCURu201D and not u201CHu201D.

Can you tell me how can I change it? What was the transaction that charged / changed it?

Thanks

Salvo50

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2011 at 08:31 AM

    Check the table T006.

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    • Greetings Salvatore,

      Have you gotten around that issue?

      I've created a unit G which was identical to "Hour" except the commercial unit, technical unit, ISO code and description. Now this unit was somehow populated into the CAT2 records. I can't change this in CAT2 detail screen.

      After I removed the unit G, I would not be able to save CATS, because of an error:

      Error message BM302 - Unit *** is not created in language EN

      or

      Error message BM305 - Unit G is not created in language EN

      After I re-created G as a no-dimension unit, I would get an error when trying to amend CATS

      "Unit is not allowed" or "Units with different dimensions can't be converted".

      I amended some of the entries in CAT2 manuallysetting G again as a time unit, but not all of them. Is there a report or transaction to change the unit on existing records en masse? How did you resolve this?

      Is it a known issue for the fuction module CATS_GET_UNIT_HOUR to pick up the first unit with the dimension "TIME" from T006?

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