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Implement ALE_RESERVATION_CREATE

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I want to trigger the generation of the IDOC MRESCR after the save the reservation MB21/MB22 transaction. To do this, they advised me to use the standard module function ALE_RESERVATION_CREATE .

In what program I need to implement this?

I want to report that, I am a young novice in ALE/IDOC and the additional setup is already perform, still me have this step. An example of implementation help me enormously to advance the project.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2014 at 08:36 AM

    Hi ,

    Please do this.

    (1) First configure the ALE Basic Settings , you will get it from the Basis Team,

    • Create Logical Systems ( For Sender & Reciever ) ( SALE)

    • Assign Logical System to Client ( SALE)

    • Create RFC Destination ( SM59).

    • Create Port Number ( WE21)

    (2) Create the Outbound Partner Profile Settings (WE20) .

    Give the Port Number

    Mode of Dispatch ( Trigger Immediately or Collect )

    Give Message Type.

    (3) Create the Distribution Model BD64.

    Add Message Type ( for Example : Sender , Reciver , Message Type )

    it will give the message.

    Message type MRESCR belongs to BAPI

    MaterialReservation.CreateFromData: Use the BAPI

    in the model

    So Click on the ADD Bapi Method .

    Give Sender , Receiver details

    Obj. name/interface : MaterialReservation

    Method : CreateFromData

    Create the Reservation record check the idoc is created or not .

    I hope this will be helpful.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Raghunadh Kodali.


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  • Posted on Nov 11, 2014 at 06:15 AM

    Hi,

    Is my solution worked for you or not ?

    Thanks & Regards,

    Raghunadh Kodali.

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