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Creating and using a Quotation

Hello,

I am trying to implement a scenario in the following way - I want the user to first lay down a quotation through a transaction iView showing VA21. After this, the user shall spring to the next step which is a Web Dynpro application which uses the document created in the previous step.

After some research, I found that it is not possible to transfer the generated Quotation number from the transaction iView to the Web Dynpro program.

My next idea was to try and find a BAPI which would deliver the last created Quotation by a user. This also does not seem to be possible.

Does anyone have an idea of how I could go ahead with this?

Thanks for looking into it,

Sameer

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2007 at 02:34 AM

    If you are using GP, you'd need to put the Quotation Number in the process context. Once there, the WD component should be able to reference that.

    Thanx,

    Mahesh

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      Hello Mahesh,

      I think you misunderstood the situation. I know about these BAPIs. What I am trying to find is a BAPI that does the following -

      I create a quotation in a transaction iView as the first step. This creates a Quotation Number. Now I jump to the next step which is a Web Dynpro Callable object.

      I want to call a BAPI in this Web Dynpro application which delivers back the number of the last created quotation by a particular user.

      I hope I was clearer now...

      Bye,

      Sameer

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 06:36 AM

    Solved using a workaround.

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