SAP Error Messages and Error Codes from SAP Error 01-113 to 01-122
SAP Error: 01-113
Desc: You are not authorized to create application areas
SAP Internal Error: 911
SAP Error: 01-114
Desc: You are not authorized to add objects
SAP Internal Error: 912
SAP Error: 01-115
Desc: You are not authorized to delete functions
SAP Internal Error: 913
SAP Error: 01-116
Desc: You are not authorized to delete application areas
SAP Internal Error: 914
SAP Error: 01-117
Desc: You are not authorized to delete objects from function areas
SAP Internal Error: 915
SAP Error: 01-118
Desc: Function cannot be deleted because it is used in other functions
SAP Internal Error: 916
SAP Error: 01-119
Desc: Function already exists and cannot be created
SAP Internal Error: 917
SAP Error: 01-120
Desc: Select business processes
SAP Internal Error: 918
SAP Error: 01-121
Desc: Select the functions to transport
SAP Internal Error: 919
SAP Error: 01-122
Desc: Function(s) added to request
SAP Internal Error: 920
Above are list of SAP Error codes and Error Messages and their Description including SAP Internal state and exact error code from Error 01-113 to 01-122 received while performing certain operation against SAP and related products.
What are SAP Error Messages and Error Codes?
There are many different types of error messages received while using SAP Suites which include different types of errors received while performing different operations against any SAP products like Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Supplier Relationship Management (SRM). Each SAP Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action where required. The received error will include Error code, Error Message or Warning Message and Internal Error.
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