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Message for non-defined message number on Background Job Log

Hi All,

I have a question related to how SAP is showing the message if the message number itself did not defined previously. Let say I have use message number 000 from define message class F0, but the message number does not exists on that message class.

If I run the program manually, the syntax message E000 with text-001 appears on the screen, but if i run the program through background job, I have found different between ECC6 version and previous ECC6 version related to how SAP is showing the message on the log. If I look on previous ECC6 version, job log not showing any message at all but when i compare this with ECC6 version using the same program and background job, it is showing "<Message short text F0 000 does not exists>" on the job log's line.

Does anyone know any related note that showing SAP has changing this?

Thank you,


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  • Posted on May 04, 2011 at 04:01 PM


    This is the PI (Process Integration) forum. I do not recognise your question. Is this related to PI in any way? If not, can you provide more details as to what SAP applications etc you are using and we will try to route this thread to the correct forum.


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