M7 599 “Inform system administrator: error at data inconsistency multiple account assignment”


Sol:

Above error is occurred when the service entry sheet is released for a Service Purchase Order. The reason is the Service Purchase Order contains Planned Delivery Costs. Below are the reasons from SAP Standard to stop Service Entry Sheet.

planned delivery costs are generally not supported in External Services Management and for blanket purchase orders, item category D or B.

In the business function “LOG_MM_MAA_1”, it is possible to process service purchase order items with multiple account assignment and valuated goods receipts only without planned delivery costs. The design of this business function does not allow planned delivery costs for MAA service purchase order items. When posting the goods receipt for MAA purchase order items, the system checks the data to be posted for consistency. If this data is not consistent, the posting of the goods receipt terminates with error message M7 599. This message should prevent data inconsistencies.

Notel: MAA – Multiple Account Assignment

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Ganesh

Is the Delivery Completed Indicator reset automatically in a return delivery?


Answer:

If you enter a return delivery or reversal for an item whose “delivery completed” indicator has already been set, so that the delivered quantity falls below the under delivery tolerance limit, the “delivery completed” indicator is automatically reset. In this case, the system issues a warning message informing you that the “delivery completed” indicator has been reset.

If you are not expecting another delivery, you can reset the “delivery completed” indicator manually. After you do this, the system will no longer change the “delivery completed” indicator automatically.

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Ganesh

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No labels are printed when a goods movement is posted using the transaction MIGO. The number of GR slips is 000.


Solution:

For all movement types (e.g. 101), for which label printing is desired, you must maintain movement-type-dependent field selection.
You will find this Customizing under:
Materials Management –> Inventory Management and Physical Inventory –> Settings for Enjoy Transactions –> Settings for Goods Movements (MIGO) –> Field Selection per Movement Type


Include the field WEANZ as an optional or mandatory entry field for the desired movement types. You can add with New Entries


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Ganesh

When printing the collective slip, is it possible to issue a collective label that contains all items of the collective slip?


Ans:

No. This is the standard system behavior. Standard systems are not designed to issue all items in one label. However, you can print one label for each collective slip item

What are the possible reasons for taking long run time for MB5B?


Ans:

Below could be possible reasons for the long run time

The runtime optimizations can be carried out only for the following entries on the selection screen:

  • In the stock type section, storage location/batch stock or special stock is selected.
  • In the scope of list section, all categories are selected.
  • In the settings section, the option “Totals Only – Non-Hierarchical Representation” or “Totals Only – Hierarchical Representation” is selected. The no reversal movements option is not selected.
  • In the “Access to Archive” section, the archived documents option is not selected.


If your entries on the selection screen differ from these settings, no optimization is possible and the report is executed as before; therefore, you cannot expect improved runtimes.

This information is also provided in the documentation for BAdI RM07MLBD_DBSYS_OPT (Stock on Posting Date) in the section concerning the BAdI method CALCULATE_STOCKS.

Solution

Set the input criteria on the selection screen as described above so that the optimized version of the report can run

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Ganesh Padala

SAP MM Mock Interview 6 by Ganesh Padala


Dear Friends

I am uploading one more SAP MM Mock Interview which covers few important questions from SAP MM. I hope it will be helpful for your interviews. Please watch and provide your valuable feedback.

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Ganesh

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