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troubleshooting steps required for R/3 Purch order

Hiya participants,

Please can you explain the steps required to trobleshoot as why my SRM PO is not copying into our R/3 ECC5 system please?

We definatley have an aqward situation which means that the PO is not replicating to R/3 training system. Our team have checked:

1. BBP_PD but cannot see any error messages

2. RZ20.

3. Abap short dump and system logs

4. Transactio types and number ranges settings in R/3 ECC5 and SRM.

For example, do any function modules exist for us to step through? Our PO's are creating in SRM fine and have no notable errors. Any directions would be much welcome.

Thanking in advance,

Pooja Kaur.

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    Former Member
    Sep 05, 2008 at 04:21 PM

    There had been a community contribution (SRM Article) titled "How to Foreground Backend PO Replication Errors and Eliminate u2018Error In Processu2019 POS In Extended Classic Scenario" which is exact solution for your problem.

    This article explains everything in detail. Please find the link below:

    Best Regards


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    • Former Member muthuraman govindasamy

      Hi Muthu

      If you permit, I can send the BBP_PD PO log to your personal email account as I would not want it pasted onto the public forum. Please can you elaborate if you are permitting me to send the log to your email account.

      Please respond.


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    Former Member
    Sep 10, 2008 at 06:32 PM

    can you check if anything is there in BD87. You can compare from the PO modification time. Please check that in R/3 too.

    Edited by: Viv on Sep 10, 2008 8:33 PM

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    • Former Member

      Hi Viv.

      Why would the PO be visible in BD87 if it is to be generated by RFC and not ALE IDOC? Is this correct? Please elaborate.