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Probelm with program RBDMIDOC

Hi ,

I am populating the BOM changes in the target system through message type BOMMAT .I am using the tcode cs02 to change the BOM details ( ex quan) and i am running the program RBDMIDOC to create the IDOC . But it is giving an two info messages 1. 0 change poi deleted before processing and 0 inbound events checked . 2. 0 master idoc's setup for message types BOMMAT.

But the same program is able to create the idoc for the message type ECMMAS.

Please can any one guide me in solving this issue .

Req : This BOM changes should populate in target system.



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    Posted on May 29, 2008 at 10:19 AM

    Hi Guru,

    I solved this problem by setting the configuration in BD50 .

    there we need to activate the Message type for change pointers .

    Now i am facing one more problem..

    After systems creates the IDOc i am processing the IDOC using the tcode BD87. The IDoc is getting successfully posted to other system. But the BOM results are not modifying instead it is appending the one more line with new changes in the target BOM.

    Ex : Suppose if i change the quantity it is not getting populated in the target system instead one item level line is getting appended.

    Please guide me, Is it the probelm with the sending system or receiving system.

    Thanks ,


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