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BAPI for adding an Unplanned Characteristic in Recording Result

Hi All,

I am searching for BAPI/ FM for adding an Unplanned Characteristic in tcode QE01, While I debug the entire Tcode several times i got an FM "QEEB_UNPLANNED_CHARACTERISTIC" still after executing that it is not added may be something else needs to be call.

Help will be appreciated...

Thanks & regards

Sumit

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  • Apr 15, 2016 at 02:53 PM

    Hi Sumit,

    Please try checking the below exit -

    QEEM0021 User exit: additional functions for user key +US1

    EXIT_SAPLQEEM_021: Customer Function: Add. Functions for User Key +US1 (Char. S

    With this function module, the function code +US1 on individual

    characteristic screens is integrated in the menu option Extras.

    Using field E_FCODE_NEXT, you can add an additional function code to

    the function module. This function code is carried out from the

    results recording transactions as a follow-up function code in a

    connection with the customer function. The following functions are

    available, for example, for this:

    - P++ scroll to the end of the individual results table

    - NSTP position the cursor at the next sample (for independent

    multiple samples)

    - NMKP position the cursor at the next characteristic

    With input field I_QAQEE-AKTIVITAET, you can determine the

    transaction type (display, record or change).

    I do not have sufficient data to test this, so you can check with ABAP team in case if this works for you.

    Thanks,

    Arijit

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    Apr 19, 2016 at 09:51 AM

    I think you should debug QEEB_UNPLANNED_CHARACTERISTIC

    meanwhile you can check the client level setting( Table ntry for unplanned characteristics in table TQSS) & valuation settings

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