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Re-triggering Idocs from SAP Communication layer

Hi,

Our webmethods middleware went down for 4 hours. We are trying to see if there is a quick way to retrigger Idocs from SAP for around 3000 doc (various doc, PO, SO, Delivery, Shipment etc). Trying to see if we can change the status in SAP and retrigger (without writing a program). Is there a way to do it. Any pointers would be useful.

Thanks,

Anand

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 01:26 PM

    Run one of the following programs:

    RBDAGAI2 Re-processing of IDocs after ALE Input Error

    RBDAGAIE Reprocessing of Edited IDocs

    RBDAGAIN Re-processing incorrect outbound IDocs

    Regards,

    ravi

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 01:28 PM

    Hi,

    Try executing IDOcs using BD87 transaction.

    if you edit IDocs ,then you can do edit reporcessing using RBDAGAIE program.

    Thanks.

    Mark points if helpful.

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 01:29 PM

    There is no quick way to resend IDocs that have already passed. I worked at a client in the past that had written a custom program to change the status of an IDoc. The report program had a similar selection screen to WE05, but current status and new status as parameters. The program would retrieve IDocs based on the selection criteria and update EDIDC-STATUS to '30'. You can then resend the IDocs using RSEOUT00.

    You do not need to modify EDIDS.

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      Thanks Michael, I reviewed the RBD* programs and was close to concluding that this was the only option...I needed confirmation to make sure I am not missing something. Very helpful answer.

      Regards,

      Anand

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