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Download field knvv-vwerk into smoknvv

Dear All,

how can I download knvv-vwerk field into smoknvv table?

This field is present into CAPGEN_OBJECT_WRITE, but when R/3 create CUSTOMER_MAIN queue, this field is not present.

Thansk,

Andrea.

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2005 at 12:41 PM

    Hi Andrea,

    Smoknvv is a CDB-table, so it's filled with an sBdoc. The sbdoc (capgen_object_write) is mapped from an mBdoc (online bdoc: bupa_main). The mbdoc is created from the inbound R/3 queue.

    ==> find the mbdoc & check if the field is present there.

    If yes, then you have a mapping issue between m & sBdoc.

    If not, then the field is either not send from R/3, or not saved in CRM.

    Find out which it is and get back to me,

    Michael.

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      Hi Andrea,

      no: the new field will probably not be filled automatically (I would also prefer to enhance BSS_S020 -> shipping).

      What you can do is the following:

      - Activate event CRM0_200 (filter) in R/3

      - In this event, get the data from the R/3-DB and fill it in a Z* BAPI segment in the BAPI-table (T_BAPISTRUCT).

      - Extract the information from the bapi-structures in CRM (event smoutil3 I think) and map it to an ehanced Z*field in the mbdoc (bupa_main)

      - on saving of the BP in online, map it in the save-event (BDT) to the online DB

      - Map the enhanced mbdoc Zfield to the sbdoc capgen in Badi CRM_30A_USER_EXITS.

      Tricky stuff 😉

      Michael.

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