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Write Cluster TX (PCL1)


i would like to create/change an it 0040 (objects on loan) without using PA 30 or Batch-Input. I would prefer to use HR_INFOTYPE_OPERATION. But i can not handover the textlines given in It 0040 ( can i ???? ).

It is not a problem to read the texts from the infotype with i.e. HRWPC_RFC_IT0XXX_TEXT_GET or rp-imp-c1-tx.

But how can i write back the infotype data ? When i use rp-exp-c1-tx (with correct pskey) it seems like the cluster does no longer refer to the infotype and all textlines in it 0040 are blank.

Does anybody know how to write the cluster tx and fill the textlines in it 0040.

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    Posted on Nov 04, 2005 at 02:49 PM

    I do like this :

    data begin of common part cluster_edinition.

    include rprstr00.

    include rpc1te00.

    include mp56tt99.

    date end of common part.

    you must set the data to the te-key (the key of the PCL1 table).

    and the macro rp-exp-c1-te-my. (see include RPC1TE00)



    Message was edited by: Frédéric Girod

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  • Posted on Nov 04, 2005 at 02:05 PM

    Hi Thomas,

    try this..

    1. set the field ITXEX to 'X' using HR_INFOTYPE_OPERATION

    2. use rp-exp-c1-tx (with correct pskey)to update the text.

    Good Luck,

    Suresh Datti

    P.S. Ignore this reply.. I thought you were trying to enter long texts on the infotype

    Message was edited by: Suresh Datti

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