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BADI - MB_DOCUMENT_BADI does not trigger when material document is created

Hi

I have a problem with MB_DOCUMENT_BADI

After upgrade from ECC 6.0 ehp 0 to ECC 6.0 ehp 4 the method MB_DOCUMENT_BEFORE_UPDATE is not trigged.

The Badi is unchanged and active, but it is not any more called when we make material documents of any kind.

I have found other threads with same problem, but no solution.

Best regards

Thomas

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 07:20 PM

    Hello,

    Please try to re-activate the BADI implementation...I had similar problem it solved in that way.

    It can be due to the fact that all classic BADI call moved through new BADI concept....so there is a chance it was not generated properly...

    Thanks.

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  • Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 02:16 PM

    Hi

    How are you checking the trigger mecchanism .

    Is it using break point in the method? do you have the update debugging on as this methode runs in update task //

    I think the documenation of BADI is self explanatory despite of having the update debugging on if you do not get it please let us know ...

    Thanks,

    Anjaneya .

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 02:52 PM

    Hi

    Try to check what happens when that method is called (Include MM07MFB9_BUCHEN_AUSFUEHREN, from buchen_ausfuehren)

    Max

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