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Accessing the transaction and corresponding table...

Hi Gurus,

I tried to access the transaction BD103, then i get a message "Changing the registry can interrupt the data" only after i press okay i am able too enter into the transaction and modify the data in the transaction. I have few doubts with the same,

1. What does the message "Changing the registry can interrupt the data" mean? Why it comes only for this transaction?

Regards,

Raghavendraprasad.N

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    Posted on May 22, 2009 at 03:32 AM

    Hi,

    Transaction BD103 maintains the counter for the sequence on idoc processing for particular sender receiver combination. Suppose i want to process an idoc whose serialization number is 101, then i will change the entry in the transaction BD103 to 100(one less), then process the idoc. There might be some idoc in the queue whose serialization number is more then 100 suppose 115 and this idoc is about to process by background job but by manully changing the counter we are disturbing the flow of procee of idoc in sequence. That is why you you are getting such message "Changing the registry can interrupt the data" . This type of problem comes when you are dealing with idoc in status 66.

    Thanks,

    Asit Purbey.

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    Posted on May 22, 2009 at 03:42 AM

    Hi,

    To add a few more words to Asit's post, the counter value in BD103 keeps incrementing as the IDocs following the particular counter value of the specific channel gets processed successfully. This process would get interrupted when you are in "change mode" in BD103, and hence you get a pop up, "Changing the registry can interrupt the data". Subsequently the IDocs in the queue of 66 status would get affected.

    ~ Bineah

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