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Change Pointers in ALE
By Kamesh G, IBM
Activate change pointers
A) TCODE: BD50
(Activate change pointer for message
Below screen shows
Activating change pointer for Message Type 'MATMAS'
In above screen if
active flag (Check box) is unchecked then Change pointers is deactivated.
B) TCODE: BD66
(Segment Field-Change Document field)
Change Document field
should exist in this TCODE align particular Segment type.
The above screen shows
the fields in change document.
The below screen shows
actual fields in segment.
C) TCODE: BD61
(Activate change pointers generally)
The Below screen shows
how to activate change Pointers generally.
De-activate change pointers.
some messages types are no longer to be distributed by change pointers, you can
deactivate change pointers for this message type (by removing active flag in
BD50). We can deactivate
change pointers for the message type
and reactivate them again in transaction BD50.
screen shows how to deactivate change pointers for reduced message types.
I have taken ‘ZMATMAS’. Here the shaded part is shows Deactivate
change pointers PUSH button.
3. Creating IDOC with change
Create IDOC type from change pointers
We can create IDOCS from
change pointers with the report RBDMIDOC
The report tells how
many master and communication IDocs have been created.
Delete Change Pointers
can delete obsolete and processed change pointers in specific time and for
specific message type.
screen I have selected obsolete change pointers for MATMAS message type.
screen I have selected processed change pointers.
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