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Internal error: Program read table idoc_structure, command data_select_for

Hi ,

When I run 'Internal error: Program read table idoc_structure, command data_select_for_block, argument z1P0002 whenever I run BD21 for a msg type ZHRMD_D.

The only changes that I have made are in BD64 to add filters.

Kindly let me know why do i face this issue.

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    Posted on Feb 03, 2010 at 07:04 AM

    Hi,

    Please re-structure your question as well as the subject line.

    It is hard to figure out what your problem is.

    Regards,

    Dilek

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    • Former Member Former Member

      I am also facing similar kind of issue. Whenever I run BD21 (RBDMIDOC) for Message Type "HRMD_A" getting below errors message.

      "Internal error: Program read table idoc_structure, command data_select_for_block, argument Z1P9002"

      It will be great help if any one knows proper solution for this. Thanks in advance.

  • Posted on Sep 16, 2019 at 03:08 PM

    I am also facing the same problem . can somebody provide the solution for the same?

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  • Posted on Jul 16 at 04:35 PM

    In the FM MASTERIDOC_CREATE_<Message type name>, Enhancement has to be implemented.

    The IDoc Extension Name has to be passed to the CIMP field of the structure 'F_IDOC_HEADER'. for eg. if your IDoc Extension name is 'Z_IDOC_EXTEND' the code would be :

    F_IDOC_HEADER-CIMP = 'Z_IDOC_EXTEND'.

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