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Change pointers trigger IDOCs. My question is how do we get that IDOCs

Change pointers trigger IDOCs. My question is how do we get which IDOC is triggered for a particular CPIDENT?

I have CPIDENT values with me. I just need to trace which IDOCs were created for that CPIDENT.

How do i get this?

Do i need to have some more information also to trace IDOCs?

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2010 at 11:32 AM

    transactions WE02/WE05 can be used to display IDOC, including contents of individual segments, by expanding the levels.

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2010 at 12:29 PM

    Hi Snehal,

    The CPIDENT u have go with it in table BDCPS u will get the message type against that CPIDENT .

    The IDocs corresponding to these message type will be triggered (if all the settings for change pointers are done).

    if those IDocs are triggered the last COLUMN in BDCPS i ,e PROCESS will be 'X' in front of that message type.

    for example

    CPIDENT MESTYPE PROCESS

    0000000505 WP_PLU X

    0000000505 COND_A

    This says that the IDOC for message type WP_PLU is processed and for COND_A is not yet processed.

    Thanks ,

    Gaurav

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