Configuring Message Control and understanding how Message Control works


We can write the conditions for the Requirement selected from the above list by creating routine which will start from 900.  


ABAP code can be written in the routine for checking the condition.  

Output Type:  

An Output type defines the characteristics and attributes of the output itself.

Output type can also be selected from the NACE transaction.  


Access sequence is the set of business rules for proposing an output type.

If the flag Access to condition is set then the medium and timing are determined from the condition records using access sequence.

If the flag is not set then the medium and timing data is taken from the customer master.

CannotBeChanged determines whether the output can be edited.

Multiple issuing determines whether multiple outputs are permitted.  

Access Sequence:  

Access sequence defines a sequence in which the business rules are checked for proposing an output type. A business rule is checked by comparing the values passed in the application data with the values defined in the condition records of the condition table. If a match occurs the business rule is considered satisfied. After a business rule is satisfied the output values from the condition records are used for the output type.  


The exclusive or inclusive strategy specifies whether the system should exit after the first match of the business rule against the condition record or should continue to process other business rule in the access sequence.

The reason for an inclusive strategy is to have an output type proposed multiple times. However, one of the attributes (partner function, partner number or language) must be different. The system does not allow two output types to have identical values.  

Condition Tables:  

The condition table specifies the key field for a business rule. You use this key to access the condition records for output values such as output medium, partner function, partner number, output language and output time for the message.

If the standard condition tables supplied in the system do not meet your requirements, you can create new condition tables.  

Condition Records:  

Condition records are inserted in the condition tables. Condition records contain the actual business data against which the business rules are checked to propose an output. They are considered master data maintained by customer.  

You can create condition records for the each application in NACE transaction by clicking the condition record button for the required application.

You will have to select the business rule for which condition record is to be maintained.  

Specify the values for the key fields and maintain the output medium, output timing, partner number and partner function for each record and save the entries.

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