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How to list Deleted parked documents

Hello friends

I have a question that I wait you can answer it. I need a report that shows the deleted parked documents. I have been trying through FBV3 and FB03 but don't show documents.

I am currently working on a project implementation R / 3 version 6.0. Here are a user that has created a lot of parked documents that can be displayed in FB03 and FBV3. But every deleted parked documents (BSTAT = Z) don't are displayed.

For more information, I tell them the steps we are taking to this:

1. We created a park document

2. We delete the park document

3. We enter to FB03 with number, company code and year and can see document

4. After that we push document list button and dynamic selections (BSTAT = Z) and execute

5. Document list is empty

6. We check document in BKPF table and can see that has BSTAT = Z

I have been looking SAP Notes about this and found 1320519 and 1317523, but aren't precisely about my problem.

I wish you can help me, either with a good report or a note to correct the problem.

Best Regards


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2 Answers

  • Aug 11, 2011 at 03:30 PM

    You can create a query on BKPF, as one of the selection field is BSTAT

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    Aug 11, 2011 at 03:43 PM


    You can have a list of parked documents with report RFPUEB00.

    But parked documents deleted are physically deleted in table VBKPF.

    As a consequence with deletion of the preliminary posted doc is physically

    deleted in the table VBKPF so it is not displayed.

    I regret not to give you a more possitive answer.



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    • Thanks by your answers, but I'm still in a doubt.

      If document is still in BKPF, should be display when I execute list button and dynamic selections in FB03?.

      Because this, I feel that reports RFBUEB00 and RFBUEB01 needs a correction.

      Am I in correct or not?