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ESW: Status Codes for ECC_QUALITYISSUENOTPEQR needed

Hi,

I am trying to find the status codes for "ECC_QUALITYISSUENOTPEQR" (QualityIssueNotificationProductByElementsQueryResponse_In). There are two fields that are mandatory - "ReleaseStatusCode" and "ClosureStatusCode" where I have no idea what the values are. I know they have a max length of 2 but I can't find any indication of what they are. I've looked in the ESWorkpace (Transaction QM3 and QM11) but I am not any better off.

Unfortunately, the documentationhttp://erp.esworkplace.sap.com/socoview(bD1kZSZjPTgwMCZkPW1pbg==)/smdisplay.asp?id=665EFEC3172948B0A6246B92B7DA3227&fragID=&packageid=DBBB6D8AA3B382F191E0000F20F64781&iv=">documentation> and the https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ESpackages/FindQualityIssueNotificationProductbyElements">wiki</a> have no additional information.

Can anyone help me?

Thanks.

Dick

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:39 PM

    Hi Dick,

    this is probably a (patented) SAP GDT(global data type). Possible values are described in yet undisclosed word documents(afaik). I never found out how SAP plans to get them to the customers; I think, not all IP issues have been cleared yet and that's why they are not available.

    This issue has already been discussed here in the SOA forum, but due to the ยง$%/&() functionality of TREX I can't point you at those threads since I don't find them anymore.

    It probably would be best just to open a customer message and ask for this and other GDTs documentation.

    regards,

    anton

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