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We have a custom development for order confirmation where good issue and GR happens along with the confirmation. In one case where we are unable to close a order though there are no entries in COGI . When we checked AFFW table one entry was there which prevents the order getting closed .

Usually when the records in COGI are processed or deleted the corresponding entries get deleted from the table AFFW . But in this case i am sure that record in COGI got deleted but not from AFFW . Please let me know how this record can be deleted or to create an equivalent record in COGI for that entry in AFFW . Tried with CO1P with no success.

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  • Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 09:18 AM
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  • Posted on Feb 08, 2012 at 11:44 AM


    If there is at least one record in at least one of these transactions

    (CO1P, COFC and COGI) it is not possible to set the deletion flag for

    a production order.

    So I recommend that check the following points to see if you still have

    incomplete part of the concerned order firstly:

    1.Flag 'No HR Update' in transaction OPK4 for PP;

    2.Run program CORUPROC for records in field AFRP4.(Please first run #

    in test mode);

    3.Transaction COGI, to find is there any error in goods movement;

    4.Transaction CO1P, to find any error in Automatic goods receipt


    5.Transaction COFC, to find any error in calculation of actual costs;

    6. In case of a collective order, please check the note below and implement

    the attached report Z_DEL_REFBLN:

    513786 - Dependent goods movements are separated



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