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Unloading point data saving in MDG-Customer

Hello everybody,

We are having a weird requirement to save unloading data after completion of change request. The user dont want to enter anything/ not even want to see it in application.

Basically the fields of unloading point they dont want it in data model. Is there anyway to save the data in R3 tables of unloading point just after activation of change request. They want some default values should be save aftr completion of create change request.

Is there any possibility that we can save these data without having it in data model.

Table: KNVA


Raj M

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2016 at 09:12 AM

    Hello Everybody,

    Still waiting for your replies.

    Any help/Clue to proceed further.


    Raj M

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  • Posted on Jul 29, 2016 at 07:46 AM

    Hi Himanshu,

    Yes we did it.

    If the unloading point data are defined in data model, you can default it in handler class as suggested by Ashwini but our requirement was like defaulting the value without having in data model.

    So to solve our purpose we debugged the activate method and found a BADI.



    Please put a breakpoint and check. Let me know in case of any issue.



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