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IAM RUNNING A BDC PROGRAM IN BACKGROUND NEXT DAY MORNING WHEN I SEE FEW RECORDS ARE NOT UPDATED(ERROR RECORDS).WHAT WILL I DO THEN?

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 09:26 AM

    IS it Session or transcation method.

    If it is session method you can check in spool for which are uploaded and which are not.

    IF it is transaction method, check the respective table, so that you will be knowing how many records updated, and start uploading the rest records removing the one which are uploaded in the file.

    Thanks,

    Kiran

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 09:46 AM

    Use SM35 to look at why the records are in error - there will be error messages in the log. Some reasons:

    1) Problems with the data in SAP - e.g. Customer blocked. Check with business as to what they want to do. Maybe the program that created the session needs to be changed to report such errors ahead of time. Sometimes one data error can give many transactions in error if they all point ot one customer.

    2) Maybe the combination of data causes different screen sequences to appear. You may be able to process the data in foreground and force it through. Look at correcting the program to prevent it happening next time.

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