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BDC Recording for 3 transactions in SD

i need to cancel contracts using these transaction sequentialy i.e VF46 VF11and VF42 using bdc .how to go about it in recording for 3 transactions

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shankar

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 09:17 AM

    Hi try this,

    Call one BDC after the another, Like if u want to create a sales order and then correspondingly display it as well, u can capture the sales order created afer ur first BDC theu the messages mostly in SYMSGV1 and using this u can do a call txn skip first screne of VA03.

    If u are talking about session, get 2 session names and move them to different sessions or if both txn are dependant on each other, move it one after the other thru call txn. It is the same, howmany ever trx u wabnt to post thru BDC.

    OR

    After your call transaction stmnt, check for sy-subrc = 0 and refresh bdc internal table.

    Populate the bdc internal table for the new trxn and then call the trxn using call transaction stmnt.

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 09:47 AM

    Hi Shankar,

    Check if there are any BAPIs available.

    Because in BDC one transaction can succeed and another one can fail. So there will be inconsistency when combining three transactions. Better to look for BAPI.

    Regards

    Arun

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