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Need to debug the SRM BC Update rule 2LIS_01_ITM for ODS 0bbp_inv


I was using this Update rule along with the Info source 2LIS_02_ITM ( Data source 2LIS_02_ITM) to get the data from back end R/3 system to populate ODS object 0BBP_INV,

What is surprising is although the monitor shows that the data exists in PSA none of the data ever made it to the ODS ( found from teh ODS log as well). This clearly shows that the data are discarded by the Update Rule,

However this Update Rule has quite a number of routine and we need to figure out a way to debug the issue.

Can anyone help me to find a way to debug during the execution of the info package.



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    Posted on Aug 11, 2005 at 04:22 AM

    Hi Arunabha,

    You can debug the update rules in 3 possible ways:

    1. Create an endless loop in your start routine of the update rules. Execute the infopackage. Now the processor enters the endless loop. Go to SM50 -> select the generated program -> program(from menu) -> debug. Now in the debug mode come out of the endless loop and continue to debug. <b>- The Best method</b>

    2. Since you have the data in the PSA, you can do a simulate debug & update of your update rules. Go to the details tab of the monitor. Right click on the data package and select the simulate and debug option.

    3. You can also create breakpoints in the activated program of the update rules. Go to update rules and select the activated program from the menu.

    Hope this helps.



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