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BI-Error for BD30

Hi Experts,

I'm using BI for BD30 to send Mat.Bom with ALE :

CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-program  = 'RBDSEBOM'.
  wa_bdcdata-dynpro   = '1000'.
  wa_bdcdata-dynbegin = 'X'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'BDC_CURSOR'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = 'P_LOGSYS'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'BDC_OKCODE'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = '/00'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'SEL_MAT-LOW'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = lp_matnr.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'SEL_ANW-LOW'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = '3'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'P_DATUV'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = sy-datum.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'P_MESTYP'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = 'BOMMAT'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'P_MESCOD'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = 'CRE'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'P_LOGSYS'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = 'ST1'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-program  = 'RBDSEBOM'.
  wa_bdcdata-dynpro   = '1000'.
  wa_bdcdata-dynbegin = 'X'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'BDC_CURSOR'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = 'P_LOGSYS'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'BDC_OKCODE'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = '=ONLI'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'SEL_MAT-LOW'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = lp_matnr.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'SEL_ANW-LOW'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = '3'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'P_DATUV'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = sy-datum.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'P_MESTYP'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = 'BOMMAT'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'P_MESCOD'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = 'CRE'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'P_LOGSYS'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = 'ST1'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-program  = 'RBDSEBOM'.
  wa_bdcdata-dynpro   = '0100'.
  wa_bdcdata-dynbegin = 'X'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CLEAR wa_bdcdata.
  wa_bdcdata-fnam   = 'BDC_OKCODE'.
  wa_bdcdata-fval   = '=DIST'.
  APPEND wa_bdcdata TO bdcdata.

  CALL TRANSACTION 'BD30'
        USING bdcdata MODE 'N' UPDATE 'S'
                      MESSAGES INTO messtab.

I always have the same Error :

No batch input data for screen RBDSEBOM 0100

Any idea ?

Regards,

David

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  • Posted on Mar 13, 2008 at 08:09 AM

    I found something :

    BD30 is using an ALV Grid with Events. Can I use Batch-Input in this case ?

    Regards,

    David

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  • Posted on Mar 13, 2008 at 08:19 AM

    Frontend controls are generally not capable of batch input. :-((

    SAP Note 311440 - Batch input and controls

    Regards,

    David

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 07:15 AM

    BD30 is checking if it is excuted in background. If you excute your batch input in background it will work.

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