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display errors in a file along with records - IBIP_BATCH_INPUT doesnt do it

Hi,

I am using the function module IBIP_BATCH_INPUT(used in program RIIBIP00) in my custom program to upload maintenance plan data(Transaction IP01) using call transaction method.The data gets successfully uploaded.

However if i send incorrect data, an ALV report gets printed by the above function module that displays the error.

My requirement is to generate a file that displays each record and the corresponding error along with it.

Pls note that the error file obtained(Call transaction) has only the error records but not the errors displayed.

The function moduke returns a internal table of errors as displayed in ALV but how can I relate those errors with the the records in my file?

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2011 at 08:11 PM

    Why not just use transaction IBIP?

    Rob

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      Issue solved.I enhanced the interface of the fn module IBIP_BATCH_INPUT with an internal table with the legacy system data.

      Created an enhancement implementation where i populated errors obtained from call transaction into the internal table and produced an audit file.

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