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Batch Job -- confirmation/Good issue locking itself


We have situation where the confirmations are posted in a leagcy system and an event triggered batch job processes/posts the same (CO11 and MB1a) into SAP. As and when the confirmation and GI is posted in the leagcy there is a file with the info that gets created which triggers the batch job in SAP.

Recently we are facing issues with the locking of reservations while the batch job is posting these transactions. Once the cofirmation fails there is no mechanism in place to notify the user as of now. Users manually post the transactions into SAP when they figure out that the order is incomplete.

Can you please suggest the best possible approach in such scenario?

1) Is there a possibility to get these errors into COGI so that it is easy for the user to reprocess the errors??

2) Can we do any development to store these errors so that they can be reprocessed by the users.



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    Posted on May 06, 2011 at 04:08 AM

    You can use COGI, COFC & CO16N to re-process error records relating to goods mvt, actual costs & incorrect confirmations.

    In OPK4 for plant - order type combination in the Individual Entry General tab, flag the check boxes for actual costs and goods movement. This will generate the error handling logs. In addition if you want to prevent confirmations being posted you can flag the termination check boxes as well.

    Since you mention SAP is interfaced to an external system, do this in your sandbox & check the behavior on the interface. if you do not notice any issues, then you can make the setup available in live environment.

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