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Infopackage in process chain

Former Member
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Hello ,

Is it true that after creating a process chain and then an infopackage needs to replace one already in the chain that the whole chain needs to be recreated?

When I try to insert an infopackage process type in process chain screen, there is no infopackage for me to choose from the popup screen 'insert execute infopackage'. Is this a bug or the only way to insert infopackage into process chain is to do so from the infopackage screen and click the process chain icon?

please advise.

Thanks.

Regards

Sanjay

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Former Member
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hi sanjay,

if i am right u r getting message" no data selected" when u try 2 find IP. which SP u wrking on. try to look 4 ur IP in infosources tab next to data targets in process chain maintainence. It looks like some bug. check note 1062704

Thanks

Prashant

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Thanks Prashant! Full points for the great answer.

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Former Member
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Hi,

After you click on the process type ' Execute infopackage' follow below steps to find your info package.

Click on F4 help, scroll to the right and till you the heading variant / id

Put the cursor on it and search for yr Z info package. Then it brings yr zinfo package into the process chain.

> Hello ,

>

> Is it true that after creating a process chain and

> then an infopackage needs to replace one already in

> the chain that the whole chain needs to be

> recreated?

>

> When I try to insert an infopackage process type in

> process chain screen, there is no infopackage for me

> to choose from the popup screen 'insert execute

> infopackage'. Is this a bug or the only way to

> insert infopackage into process chain is to do so

> from the infopackage screen and click the process

> chain icon?

>

> please advise.

>

> Thanks.

>

> Regards

> Sanjay

Hi,

After you select the process type ' Execute info package' , follow below steps