Re: [sap-log-mm] Creating a Plant Manually could Cause Corrupt Tables

Reply from dhananjay ghate on Jan 25 at 12:12 AM
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---------------Original Message---------------
From: CIndy Collins
Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 10:08 AM
Subject: Creating a Plant Manually could Cause Corrupt Tables

I've been told that by creating a plant manually could result in corrupt data.

Is that correct? We need a plant id for our corporate office to track assets. There would be no shipments to/from therefore because it is rather basic I wanted to use ox10 and ox18 and be done. I've been told you can't do that for the above reasons, they you have to use a template.

This is very alarming to me, using delivered screens to create data can cause data corruption.

Can someone please explain this?
Cindy

 
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