Understanding the Concept
Events Propagation refers to passing an event to an element. Initially, the event is passed to the parent element if the element is not handled by the child. Using Events Propagation is a great idea if you wish to monitor the execution and the transportation processes.
Events Propagation is can further be used to integrate SAP TM 9.0 and SAP EM 9.0. In order to understand the principles and the detailed implementation of the event management content you must be possess the expertise in SAP EM. All such documents are related to SAP EM 9.0 with few of the parts that can be applied to SAP EM 7.0 and SAP 8.0.
Now the question arises if events have been propagated or not?
For this you have to check the execution tabs of the related documents. Let us assume that you have a set of display modes “Actual Events from TM and EM. Or else, you may get Expected Events from EM and Actual Events from TM. While using an event for freight order, it is also displayed on the execution tab of a freight unit to be propagated. “Source of execution information” is “propagated from success document” to be executed into the freight unit. Now the events that are propagated from freight order/ freight booking to freight unit have to be assigned the flag “Propagate Execution Info” for the relevant execution.
To find out whether the event has been propagated to the successor document or to check the functionality of events, take the following steps
If you wish all your freight orders or freight bookings through which the information has been propagated to you, implement your own check and create a new association that finds all information nodes that have original execution keys, that is, the information about the freight unit.