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BA number in Lead using fun module crm_order_Read

Hi All,

I need to know the BA number entered on the screen in lead creation.I am writing some code in the BADI COM_PARTNER_BADI.But I am not getting BA number to any of the parameters in the method DETERMINATION_ADD_IN_1.I am trying to use the function module crm_order_Read to get the data but the problem I don't have GUID or transaction number to pass value to this function module.Can some body give some idea how will I will get the data of BA number in to my BADI.when exactly this fun module will give the data and what's the parameters we have to pass to this fun module?Is there any other fun module is there to read current transaction data before saving the transaction?

Thanks in advance

Mahesh

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2007 at 08:28 AM

    Hi Mahesh,

    Use following code to get the guid of current transaction in the badi in variable 'lv_guid'.

    data: lv_guid type CRMT_OBJECT_GUID.

    CALL FUNCTION 'CRM_INTLAY_GET_HEADER_GUID'

    IMPORTING

    EV_HEADER_GUID = lv_guid.

    Then you can use CRM_ORDER_READ to get your required details using guid.

    Best Regards,

    Pratik Patel

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      Hi Pratik,

      I have solved the issue what I have done is I have passed the field value IS_PARTNER_CONTROL-Document_ id to the header guid of the function module

      CRM_ORDER_READ so it has read the data of that transaction including BA numbers to the parameter et_doc_flow.

      Thanks for ur quick reply I also tried the way u said but some thing was problem I could not resolve in that way.

      Thanks&Regards

      Mahesh

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