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using List of records in Message Mapping

I am using SOAP - XI - RFC Structure.

(SAP CRM - .Net Application).

I need to get the list of Opportunity records.

What can I do incase I don't find a proper BAPI for getting the list of Opportunity records.

Means how can I send a request to get ListOfRecords of some entity to SAP System.



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    Posted on Nov 16, 2005 at 05:43 PM


    If you know the table you can use the RFC function: RFC_GET_TABLE_ENTRIES


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    • Former Member Narendra Jadeja


      All the rows of the table will be returned in a tables parameter of this FM. The data will be unformatted i.e the each of the table record will be put in a single row. So you need to parse the data to get the data for individual field in a tanle row.

      You can see this yourself if you have access to any SAP system or XI ABAP stack itself, it need not be CRM.

      Just go to SE37 and enter the name of the FM and press F8.

      Then enter the name of any existing database table with some rows in it, in the field TABLE_NAME and press F8 again.

      You will be able to see the results in table parameter ENTRIES.


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    Posted on Nov 16, 2005 at 02:47 AM

    Hi Narendra,

    If you do not find any correct BAPI, create a RFC function module in you SAP system with whatever date you need and return as a structure. Now you can import this RFC into your XI and map it with your .net data.

    I guess it will help you.



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