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Many BDoc Messages in state I02 in system


I found many BDoc messages in system with state "I02". The BDoc type is "PRODUCT_INDOBJ", BDoc state description is "Written to qRFC Queue(intermediate state)", the prefix of queue name is "CSA_INDOBJS*", the flow context description is "mBDoc Notification". When I click "Trouble shooting" button, it displays following words:

Context MO1:

Whenever an application object is changed successfully, the application starts the outbound processing, notifying interested components about the change. Messaging flow dispatches the notification to receivers. Examples for application objects are: business partner, product, sales order, and conditions.

Because everyday I copy many individual objects from other system into current, I think those BDoc message notifications are created by system automatically. But I don't need it. Can I switch off the creation of BDoc notifications? Thanks!

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 10:28 PM

    Hi Long,

    If you wish to switch off completely the BDoc replication of PRODUCT_INDOBJ, you can achieved it by deleting the corresponding subscription from the <b>CRM Administration Console (tx SMOEAC).


    Search for "replication object = PRODUCT_INDOBJ" and expand the hierarchy tree in the result list on the left, till the subscription, then use the delete button in the tool bar.

    However be verry carelful by doing this since this would stop the replication to any system (i.e.: BW, ERP, MSA, etc).



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    Alain Gauthier

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    • Hi Long,

      If you don't have any subscription to the deliver publication then you can deactivate the sending of BDoc with the customizing.

      <u><b>CRM 3.0, CRM 3.1, CRM 3.5</b></u>:

      Use transaction SM30 ('Maintain Table Views') to maintain table

      SMOFPARSFA as follows:

      Key: "FLOW"

      Parameter Name:


      Parameter Name 2: <i><BDOC_TYPE></i>

      Param. Value: "X"

      Replace <i>BDOC_TYPE</i> with the short name (also called generating name) of

      the respective BDoc type or <"empty"> (for all BDoc types).

      Do not enter the characters " and < > in the table.

      <u><b>CRM 4.0, 5.0 and higher versions (releases)</b></u>

      Call transaction SMW3_00 and mark the 'Do Not Send' indicator for every

      required BDoc type.


      You can still use transaction SMW3_00 even after you upgrade to CRM 4.0.

      Simply enter the BDoc name and mark the <b>Do Not Send</b> indicator.

      Source: note <b>635697</b>


      Alain Gauthier

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