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is there any bapi to save the changes

hai i am using bapi after calling tha bapi i want to save the changes is there anjy bapi to do it,bcos i want to call the same bapi once again, bcos of not delay it is giving me error that the transaction is in progres, but if i debug it is working fine bcos of delay which i am getting due to debugging , so any solution for that

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 01:29 PM


    Check whether you are using the bapi


    after the execution of the main BAPI to save the changes



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    • In this case after each BAPI call fm BAPI_TRANSACTION_COMMIT - but make sure that you pass paramter WAIT = 'X' in this call.

      If u use BAPI_TRANSACTION_COMMIT without WAIT = 'X' and then perform "commit work and wait" in your calling program this will not solve the problem because BAPI_TRANSACTION_COMMIT called without WAIT = 'X' starts commit in update task and in this case u never know when it finishes.

      For the same reason make sure that u have no commit statements between your BAPI calls and the BAPI_TRANSACTION_COMMIT.

      This should solve the problem.

      But if not, there's one more tricky way: u can use statement "set update task local" before BAPI calls - this makes system perform all updates in the same process which call "commit", not in a separate update task process.

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