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FB60 tablecontrol problem

Dear All,

I finished coding BDC for generating vendor invoice giving multiple gl entries in table control.

Problem is that ,i am able to post document if i run this in background but i cannot if i run in

foreground.Reason for this is warning messages that are displayed in foreground

and everytime OK code '\0006 ie for add new items get triggered.This ok code gets played during

warnings display as a result i am not able to enter lineitems fully.Suppose i make 6 gl entries,

out of which 2 gl has warning that 'Need to specify tax code'.It means finally i see only 4 gl entries

and 2 entries get wasted due to warning hits.Moreover i cannot predict beforehand that i will get

warning or not so how to write or code such bdc in foreground.I feel such BDCs can be coded only

in background but i need in foreground.

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    Posted on Feb 04, 2012 at 03:24 AM


    can you record (SHDB) the transaction again with the entries you are getting the warning msg..

    so that we will know what is the OK code that has to be in place to allow all the entries,,,,

    I think after or before \0006 there will be another ok code like /00 or etc......try in this way..accordingly we can add

    the extra ok code in our code.....

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