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Author's profile photo Nitin Gupta

SAP Central Finance – Error simulation before Initial Load execution

This blog focuses on how to resolve errors in SAP Central Finance project when we are doing the simulation postings before doing the initial load.

This step is recommended as it gives the errors before the load and those should be resolved before doing the load. It reduces the error in Initial load.

Execute

Double click on Error messages

Click on “Show Error Overview” and it will show the error summary

Now select any error and click “Show detail”

At this point we know the error but don’t know which company code and which document from source system has a problem

Copy package detail from here.

Now go back to previous screen and filter on package

Double click on package

Now it shows which document/company code is in error and what is the exact error all about

This needs to be resolved and then the process needs to be re-executed.

Hope it will help users working on CFIN project….

 

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      Author's profile photo Carlos Alberto Valentini
      Carlos Alberto Valentini

      Great post.
      Congratulations

      Author's profile photo Adekola Adenle
      Adekola Adenle

      Thank you.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Very informative

      Author's profile photo Akash K
      Akash K

      Initial load requirement is to have huge memory and work processes in ECC systems unless the amount of data is limited to few months and system is equipped with SAPS and capacity

      Author's profile photo Ritesh G
      Ritesh G

      Initial load is a painful process during the CFIN project. Very well described.

      Author's profile photo Natasha D
      Natasha D

      Initial load is very cumbersome to manage if the load is more that 6 months or so.

      Author's profile photo Mark Jel
      Mark Jel

      Super post.. great content and explanation