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Display GUID in SCM

Hi Guys,

When I simulate a roue in EWM I get the error:

Zone with GUID 24EB6250689E451AE*************** does not exist

Message no. /SCTM/RG076

Now, I want to find out what that GUID means. Can anyone tell me what is the way to find out what is behind that GUID? Or if someone stumbled onto the error if they know the solution to the problem in route simulation?



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    Posted on Dec 03, 2012 at 05:46 PM

    Hello Claudiu,

    From error posted looks like one of the Zone is deleted inconsistetly from the system.You need to make sure the zone has to be deleted from the routes being used in the system.Else it causes inconsistencies in route determination in the system.

    You can find the Zone details by using GUID from table /SCMB/Zone.

    We had a similar problem and SAP suggested to implement couple of notes [OSS note 1597263 ,

    1770576,1705750 , 1583160] to prevent from happening it again as this causes big mess when Routes being used extensively in the EWM.

    Also check if you can find Zone using transaction / sctm/zone and /scmb/scumain.

    In our case ,we replaced the deleted zone with Dummy Zone in the routes using the deleted zone for the route determination to work immediately in the system.


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      Hi Sharad,

      Thank you for your input, I found the problem in table /SCMB/ZONE_D and so the ones with problems are the ones that are found in table /SCMB/ZONE_D and not in table /SCMB/ZONE. I have there an Exclusion mark and so fixed the problem accordingly.

      All the best,


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    Posted on Nov 29, 2012 at 09:33 AM

    GUID stands for Globally Unique Identifier:

    In relation to SAP CRM, you can find more details about GUID on the following links:

    Finally, concerning the issue you mentioned, you can initially refer to this thread:

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