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HELP With CRM IPC formula

Hi Everyone

I am new to IPC development and seriously need some help.

I am not able to find a JAVA Translaton for a R/3 Pseudocode

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form frm_kond_basis_XX2.

****PSEUDOCODE********

Move xkomv into an internal table ZKOMV

If komp-zzfactor1 > 0

Loop against ZKOMV table

If ZKOMV-VARCOND equals ’ZFYF’

xkomv-kfaktor =komp-zzfactor2.

zflag = 1

Exit loop.

endif

endloop.

If zflag NE 1

Xkomv-kfaktor = komp-zzfactor1.

Endif.

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zzfactor1 and zzfactor are custom variables. What I would beed to know in java is the equivalent for

1) Move xkomv into an internal table ZKOMV

2) If ZKOMV-VARCOND equals ’ZFYF’

is varcond value inside the xkomv table ?

we are customizing the condition base formula

Any help will be highly appreciated.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2005 at 11:51 AM

    Hi,

    For custom variables, you have to enhance the communication structure and then populate these fields using BADI.

    These fields are now available in Java IPC as attributes.

    Regards,

    Ajay S Gupta.

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2006 at 01:22 AM

    Hello Puskar,

    How can we translate this Z Field in a table equivalent in Java.

    Any help is appreciated.

    Rachna

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