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Hi All,

I am facing a problem when using the transaction we19. I am trying to copy an Idoc to a file. When i tried to do this using we19, it is creating a duplicate Idoc. Could anyone plz tell me the reason for this.

Tahnks in advance.

Yamini

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2005 at 03:39 PM

    Hi,

    check this may be it can help you.

    Urgent : IDOC posting problem

    regards,

    venu.

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2005 at 04:13 PM

    Hi Venu,

    Tahnsk for the reply. But the problem I am facing is...

    I have entred into we19. Entered the IDoc number which i want to convert to a file. Then, I clicked on Inboundprocessing, unchecked immediate processing, and tranferred that Idoc to a local temp folder in the server. But this craeted a duplcate Idoc.

    Can you plaese tell me why did it craete aduplicate Idoc?

    Thanks,

    Yamini

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    Posted on Oct 01, 2005 at 08:00 AM

    Hi Yamini,

    If you are trying to copy an IDOC to a file which is in status '03' ( already pocessed ) , you can do it in WE19 and it will always create a new IDOC by copying the existing IDOC . There is no way to reprocess a correctly posted IDOC.

    But if you want to process and IDOC which in status 30 ( ready to be passed ) you should use report RSEOUT00 . The partner profile should be set to write to file port in this case.

    If you want to process error IDOCS use transaction BD87.

    Cheers

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