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M7299 - Function module MB_CREATE_GOODS_MOVEMENT cannot be executed

Hi All:

the error occurs when calling bapi "/AFS/BAPI_GOODSMVT_CREATE" in method "MB_DOCUMENT_UPDATE" in BAdi "MB_DOCUMENT_BADI".

Diagnosis

The function module MB_CREATE_GOODS_MOVEMENT is called up for the second time. After it was called up the first time, the function module MB_POST_GOODS_MOVEMENT was called, but a COMMIT WORK was not carried out in the calling program.

As running the two function modules again would result in the database being incorrectly updated, processing is terminated. System Response Procedure Please ensure that a COMMIT WORK is set after you call up the function module MB_POST_GOODS_MOVEMENT.

According to the Diagnosis, it seems like that calling bapi in BAdi "MB_DOCUMENT_BADI" is not possible, because the migo have not finished. no commit work was carried out.

But I really need this, it's the business scenario customer required.

any help is expected.

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2012 at 06:43 AM

    Hi,

    As the error says, somehow the bapi is called twice without a commit statement between. Can you please be more specific about the situation ? Are you talking for a customer or standard transaction ? Can you describe the whole process ?

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