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31.ZCORR_EKETEINDT_CD

     It is from note 1707638, to put a given date into scheduling dates that are initial and need

   to be corrected.

32.Z_A016_KONH_EVRTN

     It is contained in note 1102280, and in order to correct the inconsistencies in table A016.

33.ZZ_CORR_MATCAT

     It is in note 1839366, to reset several fields in table EKPO which contains unexpected value

     when publishing a contract with a material group line item (item category W/8) from SAP Sourcing.

34.Z_MM_QUANTITY_CHECK

     You can use this report from note 1370784 to detect inconsistency when an inbound delivery

     is displayed in transaction MD04 despite goods receipt, or goods receipts are assigned incorrectly.

35.ZZGRREDI

     It is from note 164004, and subjects the relevant items to a GR reassignment over the schedule

     line quantities.

36.ZCREEKUB

     You can find it in note 369732 and use it to generate the missing entries in index table EKUB again.

37.ZZMRPAREA

     You can run it from note 383042, to update the change in the SA when there are changes in the

     material master assignment of MRP areas.

38.ZKORR_EKEK_LWEMG

     You can run it from note 1059195 to solve the termination DYNPRO_FIELD_CONVERSION “FLAB_

     HEAD-LWEMG” When you display or change the scheduling agreement release (SAR).

39.Z_KORR_RSDB_PUR

     This is from note 953281 and used to correct the entries for purchase orders which are missing from

     table RSDB or for deleted purchase orders or enquiries.

40.Z_SET_ELIKZ2

     You can use it from note 160525 to set EKPO-ELIKZ for PO so that “Issued quantity”, “Goods receipt

     quantity” and “Quantity delivered (stock transfer)” are the same.

41.ZKOREKKI, ZZEKKI01 and ZKOREKKI2

     It is from note 304671, 92083 and 444557, to find the items which lead to update termination on table

     EKKI. Then the unnecessary entries in table EKKI are deleted from the database using test = ”.

42.ZCORRECTBEDAT1

     It is from note 951328, to fill EKET-BEDAT fields which are missing from purchase orders.

43.ZKOGLMNG, ZKOWEMNG, ZKOMENGE, ZKORWEM2, ZKOWAMNG, ZKORWEMN3,

     ZKORWEMN4 and ZZ_CORR_EKET_WEMNG_WAMNG_GLMNG

    They are from note 100690, to correct inconsistencies with EKET-GLMNG, EKET-WAMNG, and

    EKET-WEMNG.

44.ZEKPO_UMREZ_UMREN_EQ_0

     It is contained in note 339267, to correct the redetermination of the conversion factors (EKPO-UMREZ

     and EKPO-UMREN) between the base unit of measure (EKPO-LMEIN) and the order unit (EKPO-

     MEINS).

45.ZELIMDBS

     You can find it in note 104475, to subsequently set the “delivery completed” indicator in purchase

     order that have already been fully delivered, in order to prevent performance problems during ATP check

     or running MD04.

46.ZKOEKB1

     You can find it in note 167242. It shows you which records of the purchase order history are linked

     incorrectly, and corrects the purchase order history.

47.ZKORVETV and ZZ_CLEANUP_VETVG

     You can find them in note 61148, to set up or delete the table VETVG (Delivery Due Intex) for an

     individual purchase order.

48.ZDELESDUS

     It is from note 197012, to delete the entire settings of a user to solve termination TSV_TNEW_PAGE_

     ALLOC_FAILED in ME21N.

49.Z_RSDBS

     It is from note 670262, to insert in RSDBS all missing entries for a selected network.

50.ZCORREKAB2

     It is contained in note 864839, to clean up the EKAB table and solve the update termination because

     of a duplicate table entry in the EKAB table.

51.ZKSTAPO1

     You can run it from note 527995, to correct existing purchase orders that haven’t indicator EKPO-

     STAPO set, although the deletion indicator is set.

52.RM06HL04

     You can find it in note 171331, when the quantity ordered in PR is not correspond to the quantity of

     the purchase order to which it belongs.

53.ZCORLOGS

     It is from note 769394, to change the logical system in the “old” source list records after you transfer

     the source list maintenance into a central system.

54.ZCOREINA and ZDLEINAE

     You can find them in note 836917, when there are info records with different info record numbers but

     with the same material number etc.

55.ZCORR_EINA_URZDT

     You can find it in note 451114, to set the initial value of EINA-URZDT to ‘00000000’, if the value is ‘ ‘.

56.ZKORR_EINE_INITIAL

     This is contained in note 359469, to initialize some EINE fields with the help of SAP development

     support.

57.ZKOREINA

     It is from note 208976, and to archive the purchasing organization data/plant data (EINE).
58.ZZ_COMPLETE_ASN, ZZ_CORR_EKES_DABMG and ZZ_CORR_EKES_EKBE

     They are from note 636853, to do correction of MRP relevance of inbound deliveries.

59.ZKOEKBEPO

     You can find it in Note 431145, to reestablish consistency between the purchase order history (table

     EKBE) and the replenishment delivery.

60.ZCREA_EKBE_2

     You can use if from note 433505, to reinsert the missing EKBE records.


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I would suggest you

-Read the corresponding SAP note carefully before running the report, pay attention to any

special statement in the note.

-Run the report in Test mode firstly if possible, and check the result before running it in Update mode.

-Run the report in non-production system firstly.

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  1. Charlie Ying

    Hi Ms Yang Bai,

    Can you please share the keywords, filter you used for your search. I do understand if its a bit of a trade secret though, 😛 .

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    1. Yang Bai Post author

      Hi Charlie,

      Do you mean how I searched and got those correction reports?
      If so, I’m afraid I didn’t have special keywords, I just listed almost all notes under
      MM-PUR area and checked them one by one.

      Best regards,
      Yang

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      1. Charlie Ying

        Hi,

        Yes, I tried keywords like “correction reports” and similar words and it wouldn’t come close to the result you get. You really put a lot of effort into this.

        Thanks.

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