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Fordware Error Handling Monitor(FEH)

Dear Gurus,

We are working with extendeed classic scenario (ECC and SRM) and we connect SRM with SUS system using PI. We need activate fordware error handling (FEH) monitor to see the details of errors od purchaser documents that are creating in SRM and send to SUS.

I configure FEH but in SUS in transaction /n/sappo/ppo2 the system doesnt shows any result to documents from SRM system. I test with "all documets" value in report but I havent any results.

CUSTOMIZING:

-In SRM (logical system SRM DEV system)

Trx /n/SAPPO/LOGSYS

Software: CA-SOA-ESM-SRM-PUR

Logical system: SUS DEV system

Active : Cross-Application Components -> Processes and Tools for Enterprise Applications Enterprise

Services -> Error and Conflict Handler -> Activate Error and Conflict Handler.

-InSUS(logical system SUS DEv system)

Trx /n/SAPPO/LOGSYS

We configure

Software: CA-SOA-ESM-SRM-PUR

Logical system: SRM DEV system

Active Cross-Application Components -> Processes and Tools for Enterprise Applications Enterprise

Services -> Error and Conflict Handler -> Activate Error and Conflict Handler.

-In SUS system:

Run transaction code sxmb_moni and we can see PO documents creating in SRM system with errors

Run transaction code /n/sappo/ppo2 with the following data:

Field: Order Status : 1 to 3

Field : Order Assignment:2 (all)

Field Mode of Postprocessing Order:0 to 3.

Excecute but the system don’t show any results to documents with errors from SRM system

Thanks in advance!!


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