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1.2.3.7.4.7.2 Message Log Tracking in Case of Overrides

Use

The system enables you to track and subsequently check the override set for a message log at a specific callup point by allowing you to store the original message log.

Prerequisites

The system saves the original message log only if (at least) one of its callup points has an active “save” flag the message log was overridden.

The “save” flag is set for the callup point.

Your system administrator makes this setting in Customizing for

in the

section

.

Features

When you override a message log, you can create a note and specify the reasons for the override. You can access the original message logs from the student file.

The system saves message logs according to the callup point. However, because the system can only store the message log in its entirety, a message log may also contain messages that were output at

other than the specified callup point. The system sets a link to the message logs it saves in the

and

objects of the infotype

(1748). You can use this link to acce

ss the message log. The system sets a

separate link for each callup point with an active “save” flag even if other links already exist for the message log.

Example When you book modules, the system performs checks at the following callup points:

  • Callup point 0001 (

  • Callup point 0002 (

  • Callup point 0003 (

)

)

)

These can be firmly implemented checks and VSR rule checks.

Callup point 0002 contains checks which fail if the module combination is not suitable. You want the system to save the original message log if it contains messages for callup point 0002 so you set the “save” flag for

this callup point in Customizing for

.

  • Example 1: If you override a message log that contains messages for callup points 0001 and 0003, the system does not save the original message log. Reason: The “save” flag is not set for callup points 0001 and 0003.

  • Example 2: If you override a message log that contains messages for callup point 0002, the system saves the original message log. For each override, you can create a note with up to 256 characters. The system saves this note in the application log header. If the message log also contains messages for callup points 0001 and/or 0003, the system also saves these. Reason: The system always stores a message log in its entirety.

1.2.3.7.4.7.3 Displaying Original Message Logs

Use

The system allows you to save the original message log so that you can trace and subsequently check the override set for a message log.

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