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How to identify order of RFC'S calling in a bussiness package component

Hi,

My problem is to find out order of rfc's calling for bussiness package(ESS) component.......................i can't proceed to do modifications without knowing about order of rfc'c calling...............

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Rajesh

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    Jul 24, 2007 at 10:59 AM

    Hi Rajesh,

    What is the application you are refering in ESS?

    Check the below URL for FPM(Floor Plan Manager) , All the ESS components from SAP will use this FPM. By understanding FPM you have to analyze the code and findout which RFC's are called, this also depends on events in the application.

    FPM" target="_blank">http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/b4/139525380149a49c8402e22700e4ba/frameset.htm">FPM (FloorPlanManager)

    There is no generic order for execution of RFC's, all depends on the application developer.

    Regards

    Srikanth

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      Hi Vasundhara,

      Thanks for your clear response. I'm unable to find the "view" in which i have to add my ui elemets. Till i confirm this, i'm not moving to the RFC and data part at all.

      Actually, the output of the leave request application is shown in the screen shot that i have forwarded to your gmail id. This is the page in which i want to do modifications. I'm unable to find the exact view but i doubt that it should be "Edit view" of "VcFormEdit" component. I have already tried to add UI element to this view. But i could see the change only in my webdnpro and not in the final output screen (ie the screen shot sent to you).

      Can you guess whether my guess about the view is right or wrong? if right, then what would be the reason that whatever change i do does not reflect in the final output view(or view set)?

      Kind Regards,

      Rajesh.

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    Aug 09, 2007 at 12:02 PM

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    Message was edited by:

    Rajesh Nimmakayala

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    Jul 25, 2007 at 04:23 AM

    ............

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      Rajesh,

      Other thing that can help you to identify the order is to start a trace at your ERP. You can Activate your trace at the ST01 or ST05 trx, then run the WD Application and then deactivate and analize your trace. Remember that this order of execution may vary with the order you follow to fill the data at your application, this isn't strict.

      Hope this helps,

      Regards,

      María Margarita Monteverde

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    Aug 07, 2007 at 06:44 AM

    Thanks....

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