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ISU RTP Billing

Hi everyone !!!

I have one question regarding ISU RTP billing.

As o/p parameters are getting generated at runtime while running RTP interface.

As per our requirement we need to print these o/p parameters what is the best possible way to do it ?

We also want to link bill document no with generated o/p parameter profiles also.

Thanks in advance !!

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2015 at 06:24 AM

    Hi Deepali,

    The little bit I know of EDM, I don't think it's possible.

    The reason : RTP interface returns a parameter not a profile.If you debug the formula used in the RTP Interface you would see that it calculates the intervals sequentially and then accumulates it in the result parameter. Your requirement would mean to enhance the billing engine which is not recommended.

    After Billing , we can see the results in the billing document. You must have seen the 'start analysis' button. Even that actually runs the simulation to show the results. (Report SAPLEA23 Include LEA23I01 line no 66).

    Only a formula profile calculation would return you a profile result but then it has to be executed separately and how you would be able to relate it to your billing run is doubtful. But you can always see the code that works for that and probably try to adapt it to your requirements.

    Hope this helps. šŸ˜Š



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    • Former Member Ricky Shaw

      Hi everyone..

      Yes we have implemented solution n working superub..

      we have created Ztable which is updated through RTP formula also have billing document field.

      As billing doc no is not available while billing in any of variant programs.

      So I have done enhancement while invoicing to update billing doc no in same Ztable.


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