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CL_BCS Mail not sending

Hi,

I am sending a custom IDoc from source to target system (both system are SAP). In the Target system i written code for sending mail if IDoc failed. If i am sending an IDoc from source to target ( and I know IDoc will fail) but i am not getting mails, But if i am in the Target system using WE19 again reprocessing the failed IDoc again i am getting mails.

Following is the code used for mailing in target system

  data: send_request     type ref to cl_bcs.
  data: document         type ref to cl_document_bcs.
  data: sender           type ref to cl_sapuser_bcs.
  data: recipient        type ref to if_recipient_bcs.
  data: exception_info   type ref to if_os_exception_info,
  bcs_exception          type ref to cx_document_bcs.

  data i_attachment_size type sood-objlen.
  data v_status          type bcs_stml.
  data v_request_status  type bcs_rqst.
  data v_string          type string.
  data v_length          type i.
  data v_hlength         type so_obj_len.
  data v_sender          type sy-uname.

  if not i_recipient[] is initial.
    v_sender = 'BATUSER'.                " <(^|^)>  Hardcoded !!
    read table i_idoc_status with key msgty = c_e.
    if sy-subrc eq 0.
      perform f_create_mail_text.
   concatenate 'CTC Interface Errors in (' sy-sysid ')'  into v_subject
.
      v_length = strlen( v_string ).
      v_hlength = v_length. .

      send_request = cl_bcs=>create_persistent( ).
      try.
          document = cl_document_bcs=>create_document(
                                        i_type    = 'RAW'
                                        i_text = i_content[]
                                        i_subject = v_subject ).
          call method send_request->set_document( document ).
          sender = cl_sapuser_bcs=>create( v_sender ).

          call method send_request->set_sender
            exporting
              i_sender = sender.

          loop at i_recipient.
            translate i_recipient-smtp_addr to lower case.
            recipient = cl_cam_address_bcs=>create_internet_address(
    i_recipient-smtp_addr ).
            call method send_request->add_recipient
              exporting
                i_recipient  = recipient
                i_express    = ' '
                i_copy       = ' '
                i_blind_copy = ' '
                i_no_forward = ' '.
          endloop.
          move : 'E' to v_request_status.
          v_status = v_request_status.
          call method send_request->set_status_attributes
            exporting
              i_requested_status = v_request_status
              i_status_mail      = v_status.
          call method send_request->send( ).
          commit work.
        catch cx_document_bcs into bcs_exception.
      endtry.
    endif.
  endif.
endform.                                 " F_create_mail

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  • Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 10:23 PM

    Solved by myself by adding the set flag "IMMEDIATLY"

    ie

      send_request->set_send_immediately( 'X' ).
      send_request->send( ).
    

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