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Idoc Archiving

hi,

In the production for writing idocs to archive file , a variant is scheduled every monday, which has mesgtyp and last changed date.

mesgtyp is BOMMAT

the issue is they say that the job is skipping records...can anybody suggest how to check which are the records that are skipped?

points are assured....

regards,

priya.

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 01:59 PM

    Hello,

    After the delete job has been run, I would use WE02 and display the BOMMAT message type idoc's for the time period of the last archive job to see which idoc's are still in the system. The idoc's that are being "skipped" are probably in a status that does not allow archiving. Use WE47 to see if the status allows archiving or not. Or, depending on what release you are at, you could also try using the "Without success message" option for the Detail Log on the archive write job which should give you information on which idoc's are not archiving.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Karin Tillotson

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      Hello,

      Not exactly sure what to say execpt to check out oss note 791185 to see if that helps. Also, the help text on the last change field states:

      Date on which control record was last changed

      Use

      The time of the last change does not match the time of the last generation! The controlrecord therefore always changes if the IDoc is credited a new status record.

      You could manually query table EDIDC using the "last change date" field (UPDDAT) to get a list of idoc's that you wish to archive. Then, run the archive job. Use the IDOC Read program to analyze the archive file to see which idoc's were selected and compare that list to the query to find out which idoc's were not selected.

      Regards,

      Karin Tillotson

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