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Edit and delete reservation by MRESCR IDoc

Hi all;

With your guidance, I was able to set up the IDoc (MRESCR) of creation of reservation (MB21) and I manually generate the IDoc (WE19) and create the reservation document via BD87. I also want to make the change and the removal of the reservation by IDoc.

How can I requested modification or deletion of the reservation by IDoc?

Thanks in advance for your help

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    Posted on Mar 13, 2015 at 08:21 PM

    There are BAPIs available for change and deletion:

    BAPI_RESERVATION_CHANGE

    BAPI_RESERVATION_DELETE


    the IDoc is IDOC_INPUT_RESERVATION_DELETE

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    • Bonjour Jürgen

      Thanks for the reply

      Yes, I have identified these BAPIS. However, despite the fact that I could implement the reservation via an IDoc creation, I have no idea about the establishment of the treatment of deletion and modification via IDoc. I'll continue to find a not too complex solution.

      Thanks again for the reply.

      B.R

      Edit Replay : 03/17/2015

      The solution I found is to not use the IDoc MRESCR, but rather via the following types messages:

      • MATERIALRESERVATION_CHANGE01
      • MATERIALRESERVATION_CHANGE02
      • MATERIALRESERVATION_CREATE101
      • MATERIALRESERVATION_DELETE01

      B.R. for all.

  • Posted on Jul 03 at 10:31 AM

    Hi Azouz Djelassi

    Hope you are doing well.

    Could you be able to share the config documentation steps for setting up the reservations based on Inbound IDoc.

    Regards RG

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