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BAPI package details help

hi friends,

1. in package details of bapi i see

a.interface

b.keyfields

c.attributes

d.methods

e.events

wat this all defines in each of this i find 3 icons [tick ,red, green ]plz explain me wat this defines

regards,

thanks in advance

soorya

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  • Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 12:07 PM

    Hello,

    <b>Interfaces :</b> Interfaces are object types which predefine attributes, methods, and events for general use.The standard SAP R/3 System already contains interfaces for common actions.Interface object types should be used when possible to standardize names and reduce the error rate.

    <b>Keyfields:</b> Primary key of fields of the BAPI for example sales order number for sales order BAPI.

    <b>Mehtods:</b> Methods belong to the components of a BAPI. For example -> create,change and display of sales order details.

    if you talk about Read,Green and Tick

    Red : you can't use that method.

    Green : it is released and ready to use.

    Tick : tick mark normally u will see with Green that is same meaning of green.

    stop : sometime you may be see Stop symbol that mean SAP is stoped for some reason (for example may be up to 4.0A).

    please ask me if u want any more details.

    Thanks

    Suresh

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 09:04 AM

    Hi,

    •Key fields

    The key fields determine the structure of an identifying key, which allows an application to access a specific instance of the object type. The object type Employee and the key field Employee.Number are examples of an object type and a corresponding key field.

    •Methods

    A method is an operation that can be performed on a business object and that provides access to the object data. A method is defined by a name and a set of parameters and exceptions, which can or must be provided by the calling program in order to use the method. BAPIs are examples of such methods.

    •Attributes

    An attribute contains data about a business object, thus describing a particular object property. For example, Employee.Name is an attribute of the Employee object type.

    •Events

    An event indicates the occurrence of a status change of a business object.

    Red color indicates that you cant use that Method, where as a green color indicates that you can use that method.

    Regards,

    Sookshma

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 09:50 AM

    please reward points if u satisfy.

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