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Idoc not processed!

Hi ,

mine is a xi to r3 scenerio.Data in the form of a .CSV file from a FTP server is entering R3 through XI and updating some tables in R3. The data being posted in r3 can be checked through the transaction say WPER in r3.

My data has successfully passed through XI, with no errors in SXMB_MONI in xi .But I can see the same data in we02/05 in r3 as erranous data. The error code is 51.Document not posted.

Now this business has been running for months without any error. But I cannot make out the probablre reason why I am getting this !. Is this due to some wrong data in CSV? Pls help

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Arnab

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2008 at 10:47 AM

    Hi Arnab,

    The error analysis for file to IDoc is correct.

    The status of the IDoc is because of wrong data from the Soruce file.

    You need to debug the inbound Process code which is used for Inbound IDoc where exactly it is not processing that data.

    Then modify that Process code and activate and they use the WE19 tool to process the error IDoc , it will process the Idoc and updates the tables in database.

    Regards

    Sridhar Goli

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  • Posted on Oct 29, 2008 at 09:42 AM

    Hi Arnab Mondal

    you can also see error message in WPER please write down error message

    and also wirte doen which type of Inbound IDOC you are using

    If there is minor mistake in sale file then you can edit IDOC and save it and reprocess it

    Thanks

    Amit

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      Many thanks to XI , Amit , Sridhar and Cahit.

      Cahit, u asked me to check BD87, , yea, but ultimately it takes us to the WE02/05 screen. Right??

      Anyways, many thanks for the help ful reply.

      The debugging concept clear. So is the fact that the file is erraneous, and needs manual correction after debugging.

      So is the concept of checkinh the occurance of Mandatory fields in XI to 1:1 from 0:1.

      Gud Learning for me.

      Awarding points and closing the chain.

      Thanks to all of u,

      Arnab

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    Posted on Oct 28, 2008 at 10:02 AM

    Hi,

    Maybe some fields are filled wrong, or some must occur fields are missing in the comming file.

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      Arman,

      the other way i can say the fiile is not sending correct data. Is there any way to find out which all field data are mandatory and what all ae missing??

      If i reprocess in we19, will it update R3. I dont have much idea about we19. I wanted to know, if i use the test tool we19 and put the idoc no, will it update the r3 data base???

      Is there any debugging process, by which i can get to kow, which all mandatory field data are missing??

      Another possibility can be that some fields are carrying wrong type of data say, numeric field is carrying data values.... am i right????

      is there any other probability??

      regards

      Arnab

  • Posted on Oct 28, 2008 at 10:56 AM

    Hi,

    This error is due to process code, process code unable to upload data to tables. Check it once again, It will sort out easily

    We can prevent this program in XI end make condition at field level, i.e 1.1 occurance, it will find automatically if any field missing.

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