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Assign Warranty Product at Iobject item level

HI Experts ,

I am trying to assign Warranty product at Iobject example:

Warranty Product: Z_PL_CON_WTY

at Warranties Table view (Item level) as shown below. There is already one warranty is assigned (Z_MFG_WARR_1YR ) but i need to add one more warranty at table view item level as shown below ....

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Step 1 : So i have write a abap report that add warranty at ITEM level , in which i have used below FM :

I have passed iv_start_date as '20150515125454' instead of '0' and similar in iv_timestamp then no message is coming at lt_msg_time variable

but if i passed iv_timestamp eq 0 and iv_start_date = 0 then 3 mess are coming in lt_msg_time like varexp , wrtytimexp . Please help me what variable should i pass to get this warranty in line item at web ui .

Thanks in advance...

Rishi verma

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    Posted on May 15, 2015 at 09:29 PM

    Hello Rishi

    By standard only one valid warranty is allowed on Iobject.

    you can assign multiple warranties with different dates i.e. Dates should nto be overlapping.

    Regards

    Naresh

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    • HI Naresh ,

      I am able to assign another warranty . I was not committing it , so when i used below FM in sequence then i am able to achieve it ..

      1. COM_PRODUCT_UI_MAINTAIN

      2. COM_PRODUCT_UI_SAVE

      3. BAPI_TRANSACTION_COMMIT

      Thanks for your response ...

      Rishi verma

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