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FIPP asynchronous method

Hi all,

in the BOR FIPP there is a method named PostAsynchron to start accounting in asynchronous mode. The standard task that use this method is TS00408164.

The end of this task appears when the event 'POSTED' is published. First question, how it works technically ? How the event is sent ?

Second question, until the event 'POSTED' is not published the workflow is running but in the case of error how to manage this ?

Thanks for help.

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  • Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 05:17 PM

    Just so you can learn a little more I will not answer the question until you say what you think about it. How do you think the event is sent - and why is that what you think?

    Edited by: Kjetil Kilhavn on Jan 21, 2008 6:17 PM:

    Actually, we also need to know what you mean by how the event is sent. Do you mean

    a) how is the event created?

    b) how is the event routed from the creator to the workflow?

    c) does the event travel by FedEx or standard (Royal and equivalents) Mail?

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    • I don't know the answer, but my guess is that neither a batch input or job is created in the background. Again, I am not sure if what you are wondering is what PRELIMINARY_POSTING_POST_ALL is doing, or what SAP is doing to perform an asynchronous execution. If it is the former I would look at the function module source code, digging a couple of levels down perhaps. If you haven't found anything there indicating that batch input or a job is created things are most likely taken care of in other ways.

      However, irrespective of whether it is one or the other, why would you want to worry about that?

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