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bdc error

Hi all,

if a document is posted due to some bdc error...where will the bdc error records will be stored .... call transaction and batch input method.. in both the cases where will the error records get stored..

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jothi

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 06:42 PM

    well, if the record is Posted, you won't get an error record even if the data is incorrect, because it was Posted.

    By definition, that means the record was processed successfully.

    If you're asking if the BDC record fails to Post, where does the error record reside? if you coded your BDC session properly, you will see the errored records in tcode SM35.

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 06:48 PM

    hi check the table APQI for the bdc records..

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    venkat

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    • In CALL TRANSACTION, errors are stored in the "itab" when using the "MESSAGES INTO itab" option.

      CALL TRANSACTION tcode USING bdcdata MESSAGES INTO itab.

      itab must be a structure from BDCMSGCOLL.

      The field MSGTYP store the type of error: W = warning, I = Information, E = error, S = succesful.

      In the other case, you have to see the "log" on sm35 to look for errors.

      Greetings

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