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object type and id

hi gurus,

need ur help!!

according to what i read i came to know that

object type is used for the representation of OBJECTS that is used to identify the objects.

An object type lets you classify objects according to features and types of information and arrange them in categories.

cud any1 plz give me any example of object.

i know thw object type are

job

position etc

and one more thing

what does the f.m RH_STRUCT_GET do

THANKS AND REGRADS

anuj.

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2007 at 09:20 AM

    Hi,

    Ther are lot of Objects. For Organizational mngt, we are using building blocks like

    O - Org Unit

    C - Job

    S - Position

    P - Person

    K - Cost Center

    Apart from this:

    Work center, User, Business Event, type, Qualification, Development plan, Career, Appraisal catalog.

    This FM is used to retrive the structure.

    Good Luck.

    Om.

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    • you have to specify an evaluation path ie WEGID for ex:

      CALL FUNCTION 'RH_STRUC_GET'
      EXPORTING
      ACT_OTYPE = 'O'
      ACT_OBJID = '01002805'
      ACT_WEGID = 'B002'
      ACT_BEGDA = SY-DATUM
      ACT_ENDDA = SY-DATUM
      TABLES
      RESULT_TAB = lt_orgeh
      EXCEPTIONS
      NO_PLVAR_FOUND = 1
      NO_ENTRY_FOUND = 2
      OTHERS = 3.
      IF SY-SUBRC = 0.
      * The itablt_orgeh will hold all the subordinate org units
      * under '01002805' as on the system date
      * 
      ENDIF.
      

      the key for drilling down or climbing up an Org Structure is the Eval Path(WEGID)

      ~Suresh

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 07, 2007 at 09:18 AM

    Dear Anuj,

    Which version are you working?

    I could not find 'RH_STRUCT_GET' but there is a FM 'RH_GET_STRUCTURE' which is used for Organisation Management Roles.

    Hope this will help.

    Regards,

    Naveen.

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