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Bapi_Busprocessnd_Procsettings is used for what...?

Hi ,

Can anybody out there explain Bapi_Busprocessnd_Procsettings is used for what? Actually I have been trying to create sales order remotely. And I need to call this BAPI to persist the data, even if I do Transaction Commit.

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2005 at 03:22 PM

    Hi Rajan,

    I haven't used this BAPI but you can take a look at following programs/Function modules to the usage of this BAPI. From what I understand this BAPI is used to set the process settings such as (save = true) if you want to commit the data when calling the BAPI's remotely.

    Report - CRM_CALL_ACTIVITY_INTERFACE (Demo Program to Call External Interfaces of Activities )

    LCRM_BUSPROCESSND_BAPIF19

    LCRM_BUSPROCESSND_BAPIU01 Save and install sales orders [implementation]

    LCRM_BUSPROCESSND_BAPIU02 Delete and save sales orders [implementation]

    LCRM_BUSPROCESSND_BAPIU03 Generate sales orders [implementation]

    LCRM_BUSPROCESSND_BAPIU05 Change sales orders [implementation]

    Also if you want to save the transaction you could use the BAPI BAPI_BUSPROCESSND_SAVE.

    Hope this helps!

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