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IDOC - Delete unwanted segments and reprocess the IDOC by WE19

HI all,

I have an issue and wanted your help at this point of time.

Case - Assume that an Idoc has been rejected by system due to few bad segments. Later i dentfied that in the Idoc few segments were bad and rest are good.

If i use transaction WE19 for copying the Idoc and during selection of the segment if i delete the bad segments and copy the rest which are good. Will the Idoc be processed sucessfully with a new Idoc number so that the Bad segments i will fix it up manually in ERP. Kindly suggest. If possible let me know if any implication behind that or anything you like to add in the process to help me out.

Kindly advice me.

Regards,

Pratap

Edited by: pratap kumar on Dec 20, 2007 5:02 AM

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2007 at 06:46 AM

    Hi Pratap,

    Which Idoc did you process. For each message type certain segments are Mandatory.

    for example in WPUBON01 -->following segments are mandatory

    Control Record --- Message type / Partner Type / Port / Server ID etc.....

    E1WPB01 --- Date / Time / Partner Number etc...

    E1WPB02 --- Article type / Article Number / Quantity etc...

    E1WPB03 --- Condition Type / Amount etc...

    E1WPB06 --- Payment method / Total Amount / card number etc...

    In control record we will have the port / System ID etc.

    If other segments are not there leave it....it will process successfully.....

    To find out error segment refer Table EDID4 and correct the segment and post it.

    Regards,

    ManiKumaar

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