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Customer creation in R/3 from PI data using IDOCs

Hi All,

I am creating customers in SAP r/3 system using IDOCs which are coming from PI system in the form of XML files.

For that DEBMAS and ADRMAS message types and DEBM process code is used for creating or changing customer master data.

Existing functionality : 1 IDOC is creating/changing 1 customer master data using standard function module IDOC_INPUT_DEBITOR.

Required Functionality: need to create/change data for multiple customers using only one IDOC file.

I have tried using DEBMDM. Unlike DEBMAS, message type DEBMDM can hold multiple customers but if any DEBMDM IDOC sent to R/3, it was remaining in status 75 with message 'IDOC Received via qRFC'.

Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks & Regards,

Anshoo

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 04:26 PM

    Hi,

    Status 75 refers to that "IDoc is in inbound queue".

    Transaction SMQ2 (qRFC Monitor - Inbound Queue)

    Transaction WEINBQUEUE (IDoc Inbound Queue).

    The transactional asynchronous tRFC guarantees that all database operations are fully executed or, if one of the function modules responds with a termination, they are fully rejected (rollback). If an LUW is executed without errors, it cannot be executed again. In some cases it may be necessary, to rollback an LUW in an application program, for example, because a table is locked.

    Regards,

    Srilatha.

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