When using product allocation (PAL) in global ATP, if the characteristic value (CVC) does not exist ATP fails with a generic message that does not help to identify the values of the missing CVC. What is the best way to identify the values that were checked (and are missing)?

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I don't know a simple solution for this. What I normally do is to get the name of the generated program from table /SAPAPO/T190G (value from field REPUID and starts with GP) and then stop the debugger in the FORM chars_item_pluid_search of that program (or several programs if there are multiple PAL groups). This generated program is called from function /SAPAPO/QT_INDEX_ENTRY_SEARCH, that is also a good place to set a break point.

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