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Benefits of using BRF plus for MM views creation in SAP

Hi Experts,

I am new to BRF+.

I need advise on usig BRFplus for MM view creations e.g. Accounting View.

For example there are few validations based on which view will be created for a material. These validation we can do based on the decision table.

This way we can avoid custom table configuration and custom code by using BRF+ , but are there any further advantages of using BRF+?

Like is it possible to handle view creation or error handling process to be done by BRF+ ? Is BRF+ capable to display or send the errors back which occurred during creation or validation?

Thanks.

Regards,

Sanjana


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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 03:23 AM

    BRF+ is capable of sending back the errors during creation or validation. These error messages needs to be configured as result of a function. But displaying those errors at application layer(ui) should be done at the application side code.

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    • Former Member Sanjana Lingras

      Hi Sanjana,

      Yes this is possible. That's why I have mentioned the result type as table so that you can populate any number of(success or failure) messages into it. But you may need to use two validating expressions for it or the validating expression should be inside a loop that loops over a table of input values. So for each input row of data the expression should validate it and return a message which should get appended to the output table.

      Regards,

      Anbu

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