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Can someone tell me what is the logic of incoming idocs? when does incoming idocs happen?

Someone told me that we have to reprocess STATUS 51 idocs. I just wanna know the whole business scenario behind these incoming idocs.

Kindly explain the business scenario behind this.

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 09:10 AM

    Hi

    Incoming IDoc are referred as " INBOUND". Where as Outgoing as "OUTBOUND".

    Inbounds can be for anything like - MM (PO), SD (SO), FI (Customer / Vendor invoices), etc.

    This happens when your client is using Non-SAP System in some areas. whatever the data posted in Non-SAP should be available in SAP also. That data can be normal exp, invoices, receipts, etc.,

    In case of Inbound - status 51 means - something wrong in the data which you received from the non-sap system.

    In this case you have to correct the data in the IDOC and reprocess / once again you have to receive the correct data.

    Once the data is correct, on processing that IDoc will end up with the 53 status (that means suceess)

    VVR

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