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BDC MIR4 Error

Hi friends,

I have the BDC and it looks like it runs well with MODE A.

HOwever when I am trying to run with Mode N its having some problem and comes with a message

No batch input data for screen SAPLMR1M 6000

Any Suggestions.

Ster.

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 06:58 PM

    When you run it in mode 'A', you'll probably see that it goes through screen 6000 and you probably just press enter to get through it. If so, just add this screen at the correct spot in your BDC.

    Rob

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      I know you don't see the message. The batch input session automatically goes to this screen whether or not the mode is 'A'. But in mode 'A', you are able to press the enter key. This won't be done for you in the other modes.

      You have to include this screen in your BDC.

      Rob

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 01:38 AM

    have you used shdb to record screens before writing the BDC program??

    if you did, you might have created something, so u can record it.

    may be that is showing a warning message or something, which is not present in your BDC code.

    go through all the screen's once again in MODE A, check everything is running as the code you have written, try to identify any new screens or repetetion in screen, which may alter the way your peace of code may function. You will eventually find what the problem is.

    regards,

    Niran

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