Sap error while updating the classification data
It contains central data that is available at all the levels.
Follow the steps given below to create a material master − Logistics ⇒ Materials Management ⇒ Material Master ⇒ Material ⇒ Create Material TCode: MM01 Note − For any create transaction, we use 01, for edit 02, for display 03 as suffix.
IMG ⇒ Logistic General ⇒ Material Master ⇒ Settings for Key Fields ⇒ Define Material Groups TCode: OMSF Step 1 − On the Display IMG screen, select Define Material Groups, by following the above path. Step 3 − Enter the name of the material group along with its description. We can assign a number to a material through two ways − Define Number Range − Internal number range can be defined by following the steps given below − IMG ⇒ Logistic General ⇒ Material Master ⇒ Basic Settings ⇒ Material Types ⇒ Define Number Range for Each material Type TCode: MMNR Step 1 − On the Display IMG screen, select Define Number Range for Each Material Type, by following the above path. Step 3 − We can define a number range here and EXT (external tab, if it is checked, then an external number can be assigned in that material). Follow the steps given below to assign a number range.
Step 1 − On the same screen, select the Groups tab.
In order to avoid code changes due to a date format change in the source I'd recommend to use the following standard SAP-function: -------------------------------------------- CALL FUNCTION 'CONVERT_DATE_TO_INTERNAL' EXPORTING date_external = gv_input_date * ACCEPT_INITIAL_DATE = IMPORTING DATE_INTERNAL = gv_output_date * EXCEPTIONS * DATE_EXTERNAL_IS_INVALID = 1 * OTHERS = 2 . * MESSAGE ID SY-MSGID TYPE SY-MSGTY NUMBER SY-MSGNO * WITH SY-MSGV1 SY-MSGV2 SY-MSGV3 SY-MSGV4. -------------------------------------------- The function will convert the input date into the internal SAP date format.
If your SAP implementation project is in an international environment it could happen that localized data - like the date format - varies.
How can I ensure that my dates are always formatted correctly?
The important thing while creating any data is to maintain data integrity.
The SAP system errors out in background processing if the date isn't in the format YYYYMMDD.
In fact, all the date fields for BDC background processing and IDOCs are expected in the form YYYYMMDD.
Company code :- Company Code identifying a separate legal entity for which a separate set of accounts is maintained for purpose of external reporting .
Update the company code for which company you are going to Recon.
Then, with a simple concatenation, it combines the year, month and day into a single 8-character date suitable for SAP.