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"No batch input data for screen RKPEP012 1000 " in SM35

Hi Experts,

I have BDC program which uploads data through transaction "CJIC- settlement of WBS elements".

Issue is my BDC program creates sessions in SM35 and user processes this sessions in SM35.And Updation happens fine in SM35 sometimes and sometime it generates error ""No batch input data for screen RKPEP012 1000 ".

Even i had tried to process this in SM35 expert mode and could see the error sometimes.

And sometimes updation happens fine without creating any errors, but sometimes it creates this error " No batch input data for screen ".

Can anyone please explani me why this abnormal behaviour happens in SM35 updation process.

Thanks,

Hemanth.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 04:07 PM

    Hi Hemanth,

    Check the data for which the error is getting....there might some case where screen squence or new screens might pop-up depending on the data.

    So check the data for which it is going wrong and try to add the loging in your BDC.

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 04:08 PM

    Hi

    Try to run the session in the foreground mode and check .It may be due to some data condition one more screen may be populating ,so i thing u need to check the data for which the difeerent screen is popup and add a conditional bdc code for it.

    Hope this hint helps.

    Cheers

    Joginder

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