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Idoc error numbers have no associated text

Hi all,

For some Inbound error idocs i am not getting message text for the associated numbers even though we are maintaining in T100 table.Pls let me know how to proceed.

Thanks in advance,

Uma.

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  • Posted on Mar 24, 2006 at 09:59 AM

    Hi,

    It depends on the application which you are using. and are you facing this problem in IDoc or you are trying to retrieve the error messages using some selects on T100.please let me know.

    Regards

    Vijay

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    • Former Member Vijay Dudla

      Hi Umadevi,

      R u updating the IDOC status with respective error numbers before you are passing it to IDOC_STATUS_CONVERT or any other function module? I think you are missing that part.

      Please check this part, may be useful...

      PERFORM SET_IDOC_STATUS USING C_IDOC_ERROR_STATUS

      'E'

      'ZMM'

      '965'

      S_Z1EDPSEASN-J_3ASEAN

      s_edidc-docnum

      changing idoc_status[].

      FORM SET_IDOC_STATUS USING VALUE(RV_STATUS) TYPE EDI_STATUS

      VALUE(RV_MSG_TYP) TYPE SYMSGTY

      VALUE(RV_MSG_ID) TYPE MSGID

      VALUE(RV_MSG_NO) TYPE MSGNO

      VALUE(RV_MSG_VAR) TYPE ANY

      VALUE(RV_DOCNUM) TYPE EDI_DOCNUM

      CHANGING RT_IDOC_STATUS TYPE TYPE_IDOCSTATUS.

      • Local structure

      DATA S_IDOCSTATUS LIKE LINE OF RT_IDOC_STATUS.

      • Fill IDOC status table

      S_IDOCSTATUS-DOCNUM = RV_DOCNUM.

      S_IDOCSTATUS-STATUS = RV_STATUS.

      S_IDOCSTATUS-MSGTY = RV_MSG_TYP.

      S_IDOCSTATUS-MSGID = RV_MSG_ID.

      S_IDOCSTATUS-MSGNO = RV_MSG_NO.

      S_IDOCSTATUS-MSGV1 = RV_MSG_VAR.

      APPEND S_IDOCSTATUS TO RT_IDOC_STATUS.

      ENDFORM. " set_idoc_status

      Hope this will solve your purpose.

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