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regd. change documents

Hi,

I have to link a business object event to a change document object. I have also to create this change document object. It's a custom object. I have created the change document object and generated the update program. What else do I need to do for this.... Do I have to do some coding for this.

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Vijay

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  • Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 09:33 AM

    You've to integrate the update program (fm)

    in that programs , which change your custom object

    (insert/change/delete)

    Andreas

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  • Posted on Sep 26, 2005 at 09:36 AM

    Hi Vijay!

    Yes, there is some coding to be done.

    Change documents are only created, when called in transactions explicitly. Take the includes, which where created with the change document object, and add the to all programs, which update your tables. Use the pre-defined form routines.

    Have a look at implementation of any standard object, when you like to have some example coding.

    Regards,

    Christian

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    • Former Member Christian Wohlfahrt

      Hey thanks for that.

      All day I have been trying to build something like DEBI.

      Also I want to know if there is any business object type associated with this. It uses KNA1, so I have extended KNA1 to create a custom defined event and then I'll call the workflow from there.

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