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SIMPLE IDOC POSTING ISSUE

Hi all,

I have an idoc to be posted manually since i have selected trigger by background program in my partner profile inbound paramters its not posting immediately.

Now i tried to post manually by different ways

1)I tried using we 19 the i clicked inbound function module then i gave IDOC_INPUT_INVOIC_MRM function module

then i clicked continue then it says

IDOC SAVED AND PROCESSED.

WHEN I GO BACK AND CHECKED WE05 THE STATUUS IS 64 I WAS BEFORE AND THEN I USED TRANSACTION BD20 AND EXECUTED WITH IDOC NUMBER.

WHEN I CHECKED WE05 IT SHOWS FROOM 64 TO 62 TO 51 AND 53.

i DON'T KNOW WTHETHER THIS IS RIGHT? WHAT IAM DOING.

iS THERE A BETTER WAY TO POST THAT IDOC MANUALLY.

invoice

message type invoic

partner type li

process code invl

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Thanks

in advance

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2006 at 06:00 PM

    Hi Venki,

    Have you looked program <b>RBDAPP01</b> to post inbound IDoc(s)?

    Hope this will help.

    Regards,

    Ferry Lianto

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2006 at 05:35 PM

    Hi any suggestion on this

    THANKS

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