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Issue with Idoc WMMBXY

Hi to all

I have the following scenario: I want to create a Material Document from SAP ECC to another system SAP ECC. This material document is created through MIGO transaction code.

I am using the Idoc WMMBXY to pass this informacion, with the Type WMMBID02, and Process Type WMMB. In the transaction code WE41, the Process Type WMMB has the FM L_IDOC_INPUT_WMMBXY

With all this parameters the Idoc isn't work.

Please help me about this issue.

Thank you very much


Dario Rodriguez

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2013 at 03:15 AM

    Hi Hernan

    As this link said, you can`t directly generate a message when save MIGO.

    you need some enhancement in MIGO.

    please refer this link:

    hope can help you.



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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2013 at 06:06 PM

    Hi Heren,

    What type of error you are getting?

    Whether IDOC is created, if so Please check the IDOC status in WE02.

    Based on the IDOC status we can drill down your issue.



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    • Hi,

      Still i didn't get the clear view of your requirement,

      Can you explain what are the steps, so far you have done. So it will be helpful to figure out the error.

      If you want to transfer Material Document data from SAP to Non SAP, you can do with EDI.

      You have to configure :

      WE21 - Port Definition,

      WE20 - Partner Profile.

      VK01 - Output Conditions if any

      If you want to transfer from SAP to SAP.Then you can go with ALE

      Steps to do :

      BD64 - Create Distribution model view

      WE21 - Port Definition,

      WE20 - Partner Profile.

      For ALE help , check this link

      7 Steps For ALE Configuration - ABAP Development - SCN Wiki



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