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QA32 block process


I need help please :(.

I need add controle in QA32 RQEVA-VCODE. So I am using the user exit EXIT_SAPMQEVA_007. where I put my error message.

But the problem in this user EXIT catch error and spend it the type to the information message and continue traitement.

In capture you can see my defect.

Could you please help me to find an other position point to add my control (BADI, user-exit) to block process?

Many thanks to you all.

Kinds regards

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  • Are you using a digital signature process? It requires batch status to match valuation code. (for some weird reason SAP decided to this made sense, I'm not sure why)

    If not, batch status might be being changed by the stock posting you have configured to the UD code. For instance, if your DU code uses stock posting "unrestricted" it doesn't modify stock status. But if your code uses proposal "unrestricted,unrestricted" , then it changes the batch status to.


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    Thanks lot of could you please explain me how I can to configure and how i can verify the boths actions ?

    Best regards,


  • 1) do you get pop-up asking for a digital signature when a UD is made? If not, you are not using digital signatures.

    2) Look at how the UD codes are defined in the selected set. (QS51 or QS52) Each code allows a stock posting proposal and this can be set to process in the background. You'll see choices in the stock posting proposal such as:

    Unrestricted, Unrestricted Status

    Blocked, restricted status.

    But you should also find choices that say simply "Unrestricted" and simply "Blocked". These choices will not change the batch status.

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2016 at 07:03 AM

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