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Message Control (CA-GTF-BS)

Release 4.6C

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Message Control (CA-GTF-BS)

SAP AG

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ContentsMessage Control (CA-GTF-BS)..................................................................................... 6Message Control Structure .........................................................................................................................9 Condition Components and Condition Records.....................................................................................10 Condition Components: Sample Hierarchy.............................................................................................11 Condition Components: General Hierarchy ............................................................................................12 Application Code .....................................................................................................................................13 Field Catalog for Condition Keys.............................................................................................................14 Procedure................................................................................................................................................15 Defining the Procedure ......................................................................................................................16 Output Type.............................................................................................................................................19 Defining Output Types .......................................................................................................................20 Defining Processing Program and Form............................................................................................22 Access Sequence ...................................................................................................................................23 Defining Access Sequences ..............................................................................................................24 Condition Table .......................................................................................................................................27 Create Condition Table ......................................................................................................................30 Defining Condition Records ...............................................................................................................32 Condition Access ....................................................................................................................................33 Message Determination .............................................................................................................................34 Example Message Determination: Processing Condition Component Hierarchies................................35 Message determination: Condition Table Access...................................................................................37 Strategy ...................................................................................................................................................38 Strategy ...................................................................................................................................................39 Strategy Procedure .................................................................................................................................41 Partner Determination .............................................................................................................................43 Message Default and Message Processing.............................................................................................44 Message Processing..................................................................................................................................45 Message Status Record..........................................................................................................................47 Subsequent Processing ..........................................................................................................................49 Interface to Processing Programs...........................................................................................................50 Processing Logs......................................................................................................................................51 Formatting SAPscript Messages.............................................................................................................52 Processing Mails .....................................................................................................................................53 Message Control Customizing..................................................................................................................54 Create Condition Table ..............................................................................................................................56 Defining Access Sequences .....................................................................................................................58 Defining Output Types...............................................................................................................................61 Defining the Procedure..............................................................................................................................63 Checking Message Control Customizing ................................................................................................66 Message Control Customizing in Purchasing (MM): Example - Purchase Order...................................67 Condition Tables and Access Sequences (MM)................................................................................68 Checking Output Types (MM) ............................................................................................................69 Checking Procedures (MM) ...............................................................................................................70 Checking Assignment of Partner Functions to Output Type (MM) ....................................................71 Message Control Customizing in Sales (SD): Example - Order Confirmation........................................72

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Checking Condition Tables (SD) .......................................................................................................73 Checking Output Types (SD) .............................................................................................................74 Checking Access Sequences (SD) ....................................................................................................75 Checking Assignment of Messages to Partner Functions (SD).........................................................76 Checking Procedures (SD) ................................................................................................................77 Checking Procedure Assignments (SD) ............................................................................................78 Summary of Message Control Customizing............................................................................................79 Message Definition in the Application .....................................................................................................81 Transmission Media...................................................................................................................................83 Transmission Medium 1: Print.................................................................................................................84 Transmission Medium 5: Communication Strategy .............................................................................