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PO from SRM to PI to ECC

Hi Experts,

we have an issue in which Purchase Orders are created in SRM system. They are then passed to ECC system via PI system.

I would like to know is there any way we can block/check these Purchase orders as these POs have some incorrect data. I dont know where should i check/debug the issue as there are 3 systems involved.

As per my understanding, I have to block/stop these POs in a queue when they are coming from PI to ECC. and then debug from the queue.

i am not sure if i am correct or if there is any other way of doing it. Can anyone throw more light on the solution.

Thanks

Meenakshi

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 08:25 PM

    Hi Meenakshi,

    If you like to stop and debug the POs reaching ECC you can just deregister all the Queues in ECC or the specific queue where the POs are send using the T code SMQR.

    Once the Queues are deregistered none of the messages reaching ECC will processed automatically and all will be put on ready status. Open the inbound Queue using the T code SMQ2 and find the Message which you can to debug, single click on that message --> Edit-->debug LUW.

    You can try the below approach as well based on classic or extended classic scenario.

    To debug PO transfer ,

    1, Set Breakpoint in FM Meta_bapi_dispatch

    2, retransfer the PO or create a new one,

    3, When BP is reach, F7.

    4, Find a sentence "call function call function " , double click the function , it is the driver determined from table BBP_FUNCTION_MAP.

    5. F5 , go in to the determined driver , find BBP_PO_INBOUND F5 to dialog in to the backend system and find form PO_CREATE where is BAPI_PO_CREATE1 is called , which will issue the backend error .

    Regards,

    Suresh

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