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Change Pointers and incoming idoc HRMD


If the change pointers are activated and configurated correctly (changing infotype 0105 in PA30 generates an idoc), is that correct, that when another incoming idoc to the system type HRMD, with infotype 0105 data, updates the infotype, and another idoc is generated because of Change Pointers? Or are the change pointers generated only from manual changes in infotypes?

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 03:22 PM

    Change pointers will not be triggered by processing inbound idoc (logic in func RH_INFTY_CHANGE_PROT). On the receiving system, corresponding change pointers should normally be turned off any way.

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      Super, thank you for the problem solution.

      That is strange anyway.

      To fit my requirement, I would use the user exit in incoming function module, and I will build another outbound IDoc to be sent to another mandat.

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