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BADI WorkOrder Update - IN_UPDATE

Hi

I am looking at outputing equipment data (equipment number and description) held in the Objects tab in the Order screen (transaction IW31/32).

Does anyone know if this data is held in any of the structures within the IN_UPDATE badi.

Many thanks.

Regards

Daniel Jones

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2005 at 11:03 AM

    I am sorry, Could not find the bapi IN_UPDATE in SE18.

    R u sure its IN_UPDATE?

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  • Posted on Sep 28, 2005 at 01:36 PM

    Hello Daniel,

    behind the objects tab in Order Screen is the table OBJK.

    But that one is not in the interface of the BADI - maybe because it's specific PM related table.

    What in the interface of the BADI is the field OBKNR (in Header data) - that's the key to table OBJK.

    Maybe there's a problem: at the runtime of the BADI maybe no entry in table OBJK (IW31) or the old entry (IW32), because the commit maybe later.

    So it could be necessary to write a function that run's in the deferred posting (V2).

    Best regards

    Wolfgang

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      Thanks Wolfgang, that link should give me what I'm looking for. The data should be committed before it hits the BADI IN_UPDATE so I should be able to get at objects within the Order.

      Kind Regards

      Daniel

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