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CG02BD recording

Hi Experts,

I tried to create recording of CG02BD (Specification Workbench) through SHDB, but its not capturing all the steps. Can you please help me on this issue.

Thanks in Advance

Regards

Kapil

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    Posted on Jul 28, 2014 at 12:44 PM

    HI Kapil,

    Instead of CG02BD, I would suggest to use the individual Workbench Transaction :

    • CG02 - Substance WorkBench
    • CGCL2 - Dangerous Good Workbench
    • WACO02 - Waste code workbench

    Run SHDB for CG02 (Specification / Substance Workbench) and let us know if it works for you.

    If it not let me know which activity you are performing in the specification workbench.

    Regards,

    Abhi

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      Hi Kapil,

      When you want to create a specification, why you are going with recording a session SHDB. I think we can create the specification, but for the proprty data, we might need to use the below BAPI for saving the data.

      You can very well use the BAPI for the creation/change of Specification.

      BAPI - BAPI_BUS1077_CREATE EHS: Create Specification

      BAPI - BAPI_BUS1077_CHANGE EHS: Change Specification

      BAPI - BAPI_BUS1077_GETDETAIL EHS: Read Specification

      You can also notice that once you complete the Specification header data, system wil default save the Speicification even you want to change the property tree.

      I would suggest to use the CHANGE BAPI once you run the recording and the specification gets saved.

      Regards,

      Abhijeet

  • Posted on Jul 29, 2014 at 05:56 AM

    Dear Kapil

    sorry to say: EHS does not suport recording to my knowledge; there is a corresponding OSS note referring to that.

    C.B.

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