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On CHAIN help Urgent

Hi All,

I am doing a recording to load the Excise Inventory in SAP with a BDC,

but the TCODE- J1IG

has the code

CHAIN.

FIELD :

J_1IEXCHDR-EXGRP,

T_HEADER-DOCNO,

T_HEADER-DOCYR,

T_HEADER-MBLNR,

T_HEADER-MJAHR.

FIELD: J_1IEXCHDR-EXGRP MODULE 0200_VALIDATE_EXCISE_GRO

FIELD: T_HEADER-SHIPFROM MODULE 200_VALIDATE_SHIPFROM O

* Get The Details Of The Document No., If It Is Changed.

FIELD T_HEADER-DOCNO MODULE 0200_GET_DOCNO_DETAILS ON REQUEST.

* Get The Details Of The Material Document, If It Is Changed

FIELD: J_1IEXCHDR-EXGRP, T_HEADER-MBLNR

MODULE 0200_GET_MATDOC_DETAILS ON chain-REQUEST.

When we are doing the manual load the program does not check the details of the material documene,

when we are doing the recording its checking.

Please help me to understand this code, that why its behaving differently in foreground and in recording.

Regards,

Lokesh

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    Posted on Jul 07, 2008 at 05:53 AM

    Hi,

    If I am not mistaken, when you are recording and checking something, its okay and when you run it as a BDC, its not working.

    When you check something in recording, only the things that are currently displayed will be recorded. suppose you have to scroll down and check a checkbox, it wont record that.

    For this you can try PAGE DOWN key, or if that checkbox corresponds to a tab in soem following screen, click the tab in recording.

    On chain means if you have erroneous input in any field, the screen wont change unless you enter all values correctly.

    Rewards if HElpful.

    Regards,

    Prosenjit.

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