I understand the transaction code /SAPAPO/CCR is used for comparison and reconciliation of transaction data. Can somebody give me some insight for the kind of messages we get in this transaction when executed? I appreciate if anybody could provide examples as well.
Srinivas krishnamoorthy replied
CCR could typically give you the following kinds of messages
- Order exists in APO but not in R/3 --> eg. planned order released from APO to R/3 gets stuck in an outbound queue
- Order exists in R/3 but is missing in APO --> eg. due to integration model failing an order is not passed on to APO resulting in this error. can also happen due to missing master data in APO
- Differences in order in R/3 and APO --> eg. Planned order sent from APO to R/3 is recreated in R/3 with parameters in that system which may not exactly correspond with one in APO.
CCR errors could arise due to inconsistency in integration model, missing master data or some transient condition of queues.