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SM35: Batch mass processing

Hello Gurus,

I have more than 8000 Batch input to process because of the warning message #00349 saying that "Field &1&2 does not exist in the screen &3 &4" (these are batch input for transaction FB01).

when I process it in foreground and click on "Enter" at the time the message is displayed I can record the posting with no problem since this message is just a warning, it is however blocking the background processing...

I try to find a soculiton to process these batch in mass to avoide correcting each of them one by one...

I tried to use an LSMW but it is not possible for the transaction SM35...It is neither possible to deactivate the message with OBA5.

Do you have any smart solution?

Thank you in advance for your help

pascal

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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2010 at 10:23 AM

    Hi,

    I'm afraid not. That's common probable behaviour if you use transaction recording of such a 'complicated' process as document entry. You should have used batch input program or BAPI method instead. I would rebuild the process with one of these methods...

    Regards,

    Eli

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2010 at 10:28 AM

    Hi,

    This BDC session you would need to process manually only as in background processing, each scrren should have the OK command value assigned.

    In foreground, you manually press enter (i.e. assign the OK code as enter), so it works

    For avoiding such issue in future, eaither shift to teh BAPI method as suggested by Eli or correct your program generating BDC session to consider this screen also.

    Regards,

    Gaurav

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