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Process Code Problem - Partner Profile

Hello...

While setting Partner Profile when I am assigning the process code & FM Name it giving me the following error

Application object type is not planned

Message no. B1405

Diagnosis

The application object type '' is not permissible for the input function module 'Z_IDOC_INPUT_ZORDER01'.

Something wrong with the FM I guess.... Some setting I am missing...

Let me tell What all I have done....

(1) WE30

(2) WE81 - Message Type

(3) BD59 - Object Type

(4) WE57 - Linking Message type to FM

(5) BD51 - FM settings

(6) WE20 - Partner Profile....

On step six its giving the above error....

Please Guide how to resolve this issue....

Thanks & Warm Regards

Ankur Jain

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2006 at 10:54 AM

    Have you maintain link IDOC type and object type..?

    process code and function module linke WE41, we42

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      Did you copy the function moudle 'Z_IDOC_INPUT_ZORDER01' from IDOC_INPUT_ORDER01? or just created a new one..

      Because, if you copy from existing function module to new one, internally it will copy related dependant tables as well. So system will automatically recognise it..

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2006 at 11:17 AM

    first tell me :

    1) u r using master or transactional idoc?

    2) u r assigning process code in outbound or in inbound?

    3) u hv created ur own process code at tran SCDO or using standard one?

    after knowing that <b>i can help u ....</b>

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