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Logging gATP / Enhancement /sapapo/atp_est

Hi gurus,

does anybody have a glue at what time method display of

enhancement /sapapo/atp_est is called and how to implement it ?

Unfortunately there is no SAP docu available.

(we would like to imlement an order specific log for gATP collecting information in the Badis and Exits to have a quick overview which exits have been processed and what has been done there to make life in support easier)

Does anybody have any other idea how to implement something like this ?



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    Posted on Jun 06, 2014 at 09:29 AM

    Dear Hubert,

    The mentioned BAdI was not intended to be released, this is why it is not included in the enhancements in the customizing under the following path beside the others:
    SAP - Implementation Guide
    Advanced Planning and Optimization
    Global Available-to-Promise (Global ATP)

    Documentation exists for those BAdIs that are linked to the customizing as well.

    However you can find information what is the purpose of the methods in the BAdI

    /SAPAPO/ATP_EST in note 1553310.



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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 07:13 AM

    Hello Hubert,

    Just curios on one thing. Did you try enabling the ATP logging to see if it captures the relevant data that you're looking for ?

    Babu Kilari

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    • Hello Babu,

      the standard ATP log is not order specific. What we would like to have is a order specific ATP log

      (or more exact: an log specific to the current ATP check) which can be displayed within the ATP results screen.

      We want to fill the log in the BADIs / Exits to trace what has been done there and then being able to display this log in the ATP results screen.

      It seems the mentioned enhancement point can do something like this but as there is no documentation it's no clear how to use it.


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