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filling I_EDIDD structure

Hi. Let's say I have an IDOC number. How can I check which casshier-bill it is connected with?

I try to debug a core SAP program. On some stage there is function <b>posed_store_data_wpubon</b> called. It takes a table-parameter

<b>I_EDIDD STRUCTURE EDIDD</b>. Could You tell me please how can I solve my problem? I have IDOC number and I'd like to check which casshier bill is it connected with. It is in <b>I_EDIDD-SDATA</b>. How should I fill I_EDIDD with data and is there some FModule which would import that I_EDIDD to give me that casshier bill number somehow?

The best solution for me wold be if I could find connectin betweek material and financial IDOC, because in our company those documents account different amounts of money sometimes and I have to catch such faked situations.

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:19 AM

    If you want to see the data that was passed using this IDOC then goto WE02, type the IDOC number and see the status.

    On the left pane click on Data Records.

    Go to each segment to see their content.

    If you want to see the data from a table you can check in EDID4 in SE11.

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      On E1WPF01 segment there is info about bill (BONNUMMER = F000010130). Is there some possibility to launch WE02 from my transaction, then take that BONNUMER and back to my transaction?

      Or do You know other way to get that BONNUMER having IDOC number?

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:49 AM

    Hi,

    I think it is inbound idoc.

    If it is right u can find that sdata has been importing and ur E1WPF01 segment has been populated. There u can get E1WPF01-BONNUMMER.

    Regards,

    Subbu

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