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Field BSEG-DMBTR. does not exist in the screen SAPMF05A 0302

Hi Gurus,

I am facing an error when uploading document in background through SM35(batch session)

1. 1. If i try to post the document in the forground system gives same message but on pressing enter it goes to next line item and ultimately posts the document. But if i try to post (SM35 session) in the back ground i am facing the issue"Field BSEG-DMBTR. does not exist in the screen SAPMF05A 0302" Message no. 00349

2. The system is ECC 6.0 recently upgraded from 4.7

It would be great if any expert can help to resolve this issue.

Thanks

Anand

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 07:52 AM

    There will be changes in some screens during upgrade which will have an impact on BDC.

    So try to change the recording and use the same program again.It should work.

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 08:18 AM

    Seems that your screen flow does not factor in the transaction currency. BSEG-DMBTR is only available for input when the transaction currency is different from the company code currency.

    Your program creating the BDC session needs rework, or better use SAP standard tools for document posting (e.g. RFBIBL00 or one of the BAPIs available )

    Thomas

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