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wht does it mean by reprocesing of idoc

wht does it mean by reprocessing of idoc

BD87 - Inbound IDoc reprocessing

BD88 - Outbound IDoc reprocessing

do we recreate an idoc again ...

how do we do this ?

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 01:30 PM

    Hi ,

    Some times in outbound process , idocs are generated but may not sent to other system and get errors like status 29, 27 or may get only 03(idoc created).So we can reprocess these error idocs using BD88(outbound).

    For inbound idoc is able to get but unable to post data into sap and get some errors .So these inbound idocs are reprocessed using BD87.

    Reward if it is usful.

    Thanks,

    Srikanth.A

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    Posted on Apr 08, 2008 at 09:41 PM

    Hi,

    It will be used when the Idocs got failed or stuck some where that means the status other than 53.

    If the status is like 51 or 64 or 12 ... something like that then at that time functional guys or the process team people will ask you to change some data or they ask you to process the idocs with once again.

    At that time based on the idoc direction you have to use the corresponding tcodes to reprocess.

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    Posted on Apr 12, 2008 at 03:24 PM

    Hi,

    Reprocessing IDOC may involve selection of errored /corrected idocs again and process them using a special program:

    One such program is RBDPROCESS.

    Regards

    Kiran Sure

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