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Problem with DMS Classification data

Hello Friends,

Iam working in SAP DMS (Document Management System).

I want to change the Classification data of a given Document Number. Iam using BAPI_DOCUMENT_CHANGE2 for this purpose.

<b> CALL FUNCTION 'BAPI_DOCUMENT_CHANGE2'

EXPORTING

documenttype = documenttype

documentnumber = documentnumber

documentpart = documentpart

documentversion = documentversion

documentdata = documentdata

documentdatax = documentdatax

IMPORTING

return = return

TABLES

characteristicvalues = characteristicvalues[]

classallocation = classallocation.</b>

And in the characteristicvalues table I pass,

<b> CLEAR wa_char_value.

wa_char_value-classtype = '017'.

wa_char_value-classname = 'ESE_DCN'.

wa_char_value-charname = 'SALES_ORDER_NUM'.

wa_char_value-charvalue = vbeln.

APPEND wa_char_value TO characteristicvalues.</b>

And in the classallocation table I pass,

<b> classallocation-classtype = '017'.

classallocation-classname = 'ESE_DCN'.

APPEND classallocation.</b>.

The return code of my FM is 0. It does not give any error. BUt when I look into transaction cv02n for that particular document number, it does not display any classsfication data., it is empty.

Why the classification data is not getting populated using this BAPI_DOCUMENT_CHANGE2.

Regards,

Raju...

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2006 at 04:11 AM

    Hello Friends,

    I didnt get any reply for my question.

    I just want to know whether I have given the correct details to the FM. And why doesnt my FM changes the Document Classification data.

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