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Batch Input_Error

Hello experts,

Have a problem with a batchinput session.Iam not the one who created this batchinput session.I was told there is a problem there and to have a look.

I looked in with the SM35 transaction ,the status field was red .

PFI767000543	01926	15.12.2011	15:32:56	SAPLIQS0	          	BATCHUSER

The trasaction used was FB01 transaction with the following screens in it.

SAPMF05A,SAPMF05A,SAPMF05A,SAPMF05A,SAPLKACB,SAPMF05A.

In the Error log,the following message was there:

Formatting error in the field BSEG-WRBTR; see next message
Input must be in the format __.___.___.__~,__

So I came to the conclusion that the curreny fields should be formatted in a different way.

Now am at crossroads.The program which creates this batchinput is a standard program(SAPLIQS0 as seen with sm35).

If I look into SAPLIQS0 ,itu2019s a function pool and I didnu2019t find any BDC_INSERT there or anything that deals with this batchinput creation.

How should I proceed here.

Thanks in advance

P

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2012 at 05:16 PM

    Hi,

    Goto System -> User Profile ->Own Data

    Then goto Defaults tab. There you can change decimal notation..

    Regards,

    Harsh Bansal

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2012 at 05:07 PM

    Hi,

    Did you check the Decimal Notation settings in User profile.

    Try to change this settings.

    Regards,

    Srini.

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