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Help with finding a certain sap note - ChaRM / set_predoc

Hi folks.

Maybe someone got this sap note at hand.

There is a sap note/correction regarding Service Desk/ChaRM about the action SET_PREDOC to set the status of a preceding document when a certain status in the current document is reached.

The speciality here is that there is more than one succeeding document and the status of the preceding document should be set to "final" (or whatever) after all succeeding documents have reached the appropriate status.

Without this correction the status of the preceding document won't change even all succeeding documents are in status "final".

I know there is a note like this but have searched for 2 or more hours now and could not locate it.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2008 at 10:59 AM


    This might be the note you are looking for 857016


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      Hi Christian

      Did You find that Note?

      Im having pretty much the same Problem. I got to change the User_Status from a preceding document (only once) via set_predoc mataining the tables : TSOCM_ACTION_O_S and TSOCM_STAT_PROP. The problem is that i wanted that every User_Status change in the current document also change the Preceding document( let say that i want to keep bout documents status *ZDCR & ZDMJ* synchronized), but i only got to change the preceding document User_Status ONCE, it seems like the set_predoc only works one time. Do you Know if there is any action that i need to execute every time i use the set_predoc in order to use it multiple times?

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