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where idoc_output_ordrsp is launched

Hi!!

When the user creates an order we launch an idoc through IDOC_OUTPUT_ORDRSP (we modify some user exits). I need to know where is the include or programm that launch this function when an order is created and saved.

Thx in advance

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2007 at 12:26 PM

    Hi,

    When you Save the Order an entry is NAST table is created, which is an IMPORT parameter for this function module, and it triggers the function module flow and the results are passed to RSNASTED program which creates the IDOC.

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    regards,

    ANJI

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  • Posted on Apr 20, 2007 at 12:30 PM

    Thx anji,

    But do you know where this fm is called? Where the NAST entry is inserted? Where RNAST00 is called? I need to know where all this is coded.

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      HI:

      It need the configure consultant to config the processing.

      it mainly inclue below steps:

      1. define the RFC (T-code: SM59)

      2. define the Port(T-code: WE21)

      3. define the Partner Profile(T-code: WE20)

      4. when we saved the order. system will save the record to Table: Nast.

      we can use the RSNASTED to trigger the FM: IDOC_OUTPUT_ORDRSP.

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