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CHARM - Retrieve error messages

Hello,

For a new project, we want to import the CHARM documents automatically. But befor we can do this, we need to check the status. If everyting is ok, the import can start. But in some cases errors occurs eg: transport is not released, no import done, ... (at the right side, on top of the change document). Does anyone know how i can access these messages by a function module or on table ? So i can implement it in my program. I found already the message keys, but i can't link the error message with it. Thank you.

With kind regards,

Kurt Janssens

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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2011 at 12:38 AM

    Hi Kurt,

    Each change document will have a relationship to a task list (tcode: SCMA).

    In the task list, it will show errors in the calendar view. Double clicking on the error will give you further information.

    Is this what you were after?

    Shaun

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 09:24 AM

    Hi Shaun,

    The item that you mention works and is a big help when some errors in the change document aren't clear. But that isn't the item that I'm looking for. I just need to know in which table the errors are stored during the processing of the change document or via which function i can access them. Then i can determin which action my program need to process. But first i need to know which error occurred before i can go on.

    Kurt

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