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error during background processing which is created by Std.program RFBIBL00

Hi Gurus,

I am using standard program RFBIBL00 to generate batch session for the Tcode FB01.

My BDC is working fine , if i choose foreground or display error only option in SM35.But when i process the same session in

background it is giving error Field BSEG-DMBTR does exist in SAPMF05A 0302.

One more thing i want to point out when i process the session in forground or in display error only option

there i am getting information message Field BSEG-DMBTR does exist in SAPMF05A 0302. But for background due to same message i.e (Field BSEG-DMBTR does exist in SAPMF05A 0302) session processing is failed.

Actually through ZProgram data being uploaded to application server. Then i am executing std. program RFBIBL00 to generate session.And when i go to SM35 & choose the just created session for background processing,then processin i failed.

We have recently upgraded from 4.7 to ECC 6.0. Previously RFBIBL00 program is working fine but after upgrade it is not working.

Please give your valuable suggession.

Regards,

S C Patil.

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 10:39 AM

    How are you related to this almost identical problem?

    Thomas

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2010 at 10:32 AM

    Hi,

    call at first the transction BMV0 and register your program there. After that you can use SM35.

    Regards Alex

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