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HR_infotype_operation

HI experts,

In my previous discussion i asked that HR_infotype_operation is not working inside the badi. all suggested that this will not work inside the badi so user user exits . now i am using this in a program to update infotype 0168 covov field . Here also am getting same mgs from the return parameter and also its not updating.

MSG: 099 no data stored in the selected period.

i tried with commit work and enqueue and Dequeue call function also but all getting fail.

if i use update statement its working fine.

For this functional module i am passing the parameters in wa. and 'mod' is the operation am giving .

please tell me is why it is happening in this functional module or is there any other functional module available to update the infotype.

thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on Mar 26, 2015 at 10:27 AM

    Hi Sazees.

    Use FM HR_INFOTYPE_OPERATION for updating the Infotype, don't use Update statement. It is not recommendable also.

    Kindly check whether date's which are passed to FM are correct.

    Regards

    Rajkumar Narasimman

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      Hi TIKI,

      actually in my sever the database has this value only . for testing purpose am giving. my client need ins3 but in our database we dont have that value so instead of ins3 i gave std3 under some certain condition i have this endda value only.

      so i gave it. now i need to check weather this infotype will update our database if it work fine for my database then it should work for my client database also.

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