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Change pointers trouble

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We have a situation with Change pointers, We want to enable the field KATR5 ( Table KNA1) from DEBMAS idoc for change pointers. I have added this field in BD52 transaction for the reduced idoc type.

But i am not able to see any idoc if i change this field in customer master data. How can i trouble shoot chnage pointers and how can i enable KATR5 field for change pointers.

Any help is appriciated and rewarded with points.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 03:07 PM

    hi,

    Have you:

    1) activated change pointers generally? sale -> Modeling and Implementing Business Processes -> Master Data Distribution - > Replication of Modified Data -> Activate Change Pointers - Generally

    2) activated change pointers for DEBMAS message?: sale -> Modeling and Implementing Business Processes -> Master Data Distribution - > Replication of Modified Data -> Activate Change Pointers for Message Types

    Regards,

    Jakub

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    • Former Member Jakub Turminski

      You are right Jakub ,

      I forgot add the extra field in BD53 , i just did it in BD52, After i did that it seems ok now , I have to do a proper end to end test though to confirm that its working properly . I am sure it will work .

      Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 03:11 PM

    Hey

    did you schedule the report RBDMIDOC in SM36?

    if not,.then please do that,activating the change pointer won't automatically create an IDOC.

    RBDMIDOC must also be scheduled to create them

    Thanx

    Aamir

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