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BackFlushing of Data to ECC from SAP ME via SAP MII


Hi Guys,

I have used the RFC to backflush the data back to ECC system....Actually i have written the transaction using JCO connectors to start the session......I am using SAP ME 4.2 so i cannot trigger directly from SAP ME system so that it would trigger the transaction and display he alarm in ECC....So, I am pulling data from SAP ME Database and trying it to send it to ECC system....But the restriction is If the particular equipment is down in SAP ME i should get the Alarm Notification in ECC lik that equipment "xxx" is down.....what are the ways to do it?? Can anyone please guide me on this. am using the BAPI_ALARM_NOTIF_CREATE and saving it using the save bapi function...

Thanks

Praveen

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 02:01 PM

    Continuation of previous question.......

    To be honest....I have hit a road block like I have taken the Equipment name and its status from SAP ME 4.2 Database as i mentioned earlier and I have used a repeater to loop through but after the repeater i have assigned the values of Equipment and its status to Transaction Property....The issue starts here like If i assign the transaction variable to BAPI's request valuue equipment it returns nothing in response.....it displays nothing on the tracer....Please guide me on this....

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    Praveen

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    • Former Member Padma Rao

      I will check and get back to you on this Padma....Is there any possibility that either i could create any new equipment or create a new serial number for the existing equipment ?? If so i can change that equipment name to my convenience based on the MES system and will pass that equipment number....IF this can be done please let me know the procedure to do so...

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      Praveen

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