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Error code 154 in CCR

Hi Experts,


Good day!


I have this issue when running CCR. I am seeing Missing in R/3 with External Key Error code 154 when I run delta report. (Order with external no. XXXXXXX (material XXXX, plant XXXX) only exists in APO.

This happens when the production order is confirmed/declared in R3 and the changes do not come to APO instantly, when we manually delete it in APO through the CCR the production order then disappears from APO.

Do you have an idea what is the main cause why this type of error appears?

Is it normal? Ideally all changes in R/3 should be sent to APO automatically right?

Thanks a lot for your inputs!

Kris

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2012 at 10:52 AM

    Kris,

    Ideally all changes in R/3 should be sent to APO automatically right?

    Yes, but remember this is a queued interface. DB updates in the destination system may take milliseconds, or they may take minutes or hours. Don't expect intant update all the time; for that you would need a different type of interface.

    In general, once a production order is TECO'd or tagged for Deletion in ECC, it will be removed from APO. There are other circumstances that will also remove an order from APO as well, depending upon the business processes you are using.

    A common problem is when some 'helpful' user deletes a queue that has an error, instead of fixing the underlying problem. This will often create the situation you describe. Queues should almost never be deleted in a production system.

    Less common, depending upon your system, are poorly written enhancements to CIF processing. Speak to your developers.

    Finally, like all interfaces, CIF is subject to an infinite array of network/hardware/database update issues from time to time. In most companies, as long as the error rate meets business requirements, occasional items found in CCR periodically are not a cause for alarm.

    Best Regards,

    DB49

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