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BI to ECC IDoc Status Question


Our middleware team has expressed some concerns with the status of our IDocs between ECC & BW currently all the outbound RSINFO IDocs in ECC are showing status 03 Data passed to port OK they are concerned that these IDoc's could be accidentally retriggered and processed, they are also being ignored by there archiving process.

I have looked in 2 of the BW systems our company has and they are both doing this. Is this how SAP designed the IDocs between ECC & BW or should they be in status 53 like all the other IDocs in ECC? I have not been able to find much good documenation on the way these should be handled. If they are suppose to be in status 53 can someone point me at the documentation on how to accomplish this.

Thanks in advance


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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 10:26 AM


    In t-code WE02, you will be able to see the final status of Idocs.

    Status - 03 means the Data passed to Port. Ok.

    After the above step, finally the status should be 53 for a particular Idoc no.

    Generally, you will be able to see combination of both status info of a particular idoc.. Each I-doc will be passes to port( i.e status 03). After this, the Application document will be posted(i.e Status 53)



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