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Changing Conditions in Real Estate, thru Mesauring Points.

Hello everybody.

I am currently involved in a Real Estate (classical) implementation. Our client as a huge number of monthly Electricity bills, which they bill to some of their clients (around, 500).

Now, in order to release them from the paperwork, we are triyng to use the functionality of Meters. So, we have a Meter associated with every Rental Unit, to whom they have Electrcity bills.

So, i have two mais questions:

1) Is there any way to do a mass upload of "measuring points" information, insted of having to create each "measurement documents" by hand? Any transaction, any BAPI, etc?

2) Is there any way to update a Conditions associated to a Rental Unit, so that we could update the condition "Electricity", associated to each and any of the Rental Units involved (once more, thru any kind of transaction or functionality, or any kind of BAPI)?

Please advise.

Thanks in advance.

Sincerely,

Hugo Ferreira

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 09:53 AM

    Hi,

    For point no 1:

    There is no standard BAPI but you can setup a BDC run as background job , use the TCOD – IK12 / IK 14

    For Point No 2:

    There is no standard BAPI but you can setup a BDC run as background job , use the TCOD – WYP2

    Enjoy SAP………..

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 11:03 AM

    Hello Ketan, thanks for your answer. Regarding the second point, i am talking about "Conditions", in the Real Estate functionality (for example, transaction FOE2, in the "Conditions" area.

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