SAP Error Messages and Error Codes from SAP Error 37-130 to 37-139
SAP Error: 37-130
Desc: Screen saved and generated
SAP Internal Error: 10571
SAP Error: 37-131
Desc: No syntax errors found
SAP Internal Error: 10572
SAP Error: 37-132
Desc: Screen generated in display mode
SAP Internal Error: 10573
SAP Error: 37-133
Desc: Table contro can already be resized horizontally; not executed
SAP Internal Error: 10574
SAP Error: 37-134
Desc: Table control can already be resized vertically; not executed
SAP Internal Error: 10575
SAP Error: 37-135
Desc: Loop contains an illegal element. Operation not performed
SAP Internal Error: 10576
SAP Error: 37-136
Desc: You cannot insert a line in this area
SAP Internal Error: 10577
SAP Error: 37-137
Desc: You cannot delete a line in this area
SAP Internal Error: 10578
SAP Error: 37-138
Desc: Selection overlaps with an area
SAP Internal Error: 10579
SAP Error: 37-139
Desc: This name is already assigned to another area
SAP Internal Error: 10580
Above are list of SAP Error codes and Error Messages and their Description including SAP Internal state and exact error code from SAP Error 37-130 to 37-139 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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