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Idocs thru Transaction INOT(urgent)

Hi Guys,

Has anybody used transaction INOT in for sending out service notifications thru idocs?i am missing out on something and i can say that the transaction is not hitting the FM Idoc_output_inotif the reason its not creating an idoc.i would like to know the steps to be taken to see this idoc going out.also i am having some questions int partner profile config for this process.we want to send service notifications out thru idoc.is there any other way anyone has done it?please let me know as soon as possible.

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2005 at 07:16 PM

    Hi there,

    Run INOT and go to menu HELP-> application help, it will tell you what is required. Hope this helps a little.

    Weidong

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  • Posted on Oct 04, 2005 at 05:23 PM

    Hi Sanket,

    What do you mean by <i>'i can say that the transaction is not hitting the FM Idoc_output_inotif the reason its not creating an idoc.'</i>?

    Go through debugging and see why it is not reaching this call. Something in your selection criteria should be the reason.

    Srinivas

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      Hi Guys

      Thanks for your help.

      we just found a OSS note saying INOT cant be used to send idoc out from 4.6c onwards.so we have to think of some other way to send the service notification idoc out now.one thing that comes to my mind and have never done is emulating the whole idoc process in a user exit.i will start a new thread with that.

      thanks once again for your help.

      as always appreciate it.

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