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unable to debug in Fbl1n and able to debug in FB03

Dear Friends,

Through FB03 iam able to attach a document ,however when I am coming through the transaction FBl1N iam not able to attach in Development or in Quality system . however in PRD we are able to attach an attachment through FBL1N.

So my functional asked me through debug when iam started through FB03 iam able to debug , however through FBL1n iam not getting success it

is not going to the screen where it says Attachment not yet created message.

So could you any one let me know why we are not able to create an attachment in DEV/QTY but able to do in PRD .

Thanks & Regards


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  • Posted on Apr 08, 2016 at 04:02 PM

    Not sure you'd get a lot of replies since the subject line does not match the actual issue you're describing. There are many posts on SCN about GOS problems, google "GOS attachment <transaction>".

    You might want to be more specific how are you "not able to attach". Do you not see the button? Does the button not do anything?

    Using debugger in such case is inefficient (although the functional folks frequently come up with such ideas). Why not simply think what could be different between the two environments? There is no magic in SAP, so some kind of reasonable explanation should exist.

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  • Posted on Apr 08, 2016 at 05:48 PM

    You can start a trace (SAT/SE30 in non-aggregated mode, or even ST05 on buffered tables, especially T100/DOKIL tables) to identify which ABAP code triggers the message. It will be probably easier to understand the issue.

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