Issue in Capacity Planning

Hi Experts,
I am using process orders in our project. When I use the capacity planning to level the capacity through transaction CM21, I can despatch the operation without any issue and the associated phase also is getting despatched.
But if I want to deallocate the despatched operation, Iam not able to do that. System says the message, phase can not be deallocated. But once I despatch I find only one line assigned and not two lines as before despatch.
How to select the operation after despatch and how to deallocate?
Please help
Thanks & Regards
Prathib

Hi colleague,
do yo ahve secondary resoruces?
if yes, please check the note 1168724     
best regards,
maria

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