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User-Exit bug results in mess of address data in GTS

Dear all,

we have a user exit EXIT_SAPLSLL_LEG_PARR3_001 in place to filter some customers for the interface to GTS from the R3.

we have deleted entries in the internal table CT_KNA1 only. we didn't do a deletion in the CT_ADDR1_COMPLETE table. this was a mistake.

SAP is not checking the numbers again, but is only counting the entries in CT_KNA1 and takes the the same number of enries in CT_ADDR1_COMPLETE without verifing.

now we have 10% of wrong or missing addresses in GTS.

does anyone have experience in this area?

any help is greatly appreciated, of course it is urgent.

thank you


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  • Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 08:56 PM

    If the list of customers are not many, you can re-transfer the same using transaction /SAPSLL/DEBMAS_DIRR3 from the backend. This transaction allows the user to enter the customer numbers (standard selection functionality where you can maintian individual / selection or exclude - all are allowed).

    Alternately, make the changes to code and re-transfer all the customers again. This may be a bit tricky, if you have SPL implelemeted, as you need to do additional steps like re-indexing, checking with the SPL database...

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