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HR Function RH_OBJID_REQUEST

Hello,

i want to use 'RH_OBJID_REQUEST' function to retrieve all the O objects in my company's reporting structure and i don't know the meaning of this parameters:

seark_begda, seark_endda

orgbeg, orgend

Obviously i know that are dates, but i don't know exactly which dates they refer to.

May anyone help me?

Thank you

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 01:01 PM

    Hi

    They are nothing but start and End dates

    see the documentation of that fun module

    FU RH_OBJID_REQUEST

    ____________________________________________________

    Short Text

    Input Help (F4) for OBJID

    Functionality

    This function module implements the standard value help for Personnel Planning objects. It replaces the possible entries help that was implemented in the module pool RHOBIDF4.

    The module first attempts to display the value help type (search function, structure search, standard matchcode and unrelated objects) that was last selected for this object type. If nothing was selected, a dialog box is displayed in which you can select the type of value help you require.

    You can specify details on the plan version, the object type, and a search string directly in the parameters PLVAR, OTYPE and SEARK. Alternatively, you can complete the parameters DYNPRO_REPID and DYNPRO_DYNNR or the relevant entry fields for DYNPRO_PLVARFIELD, DYNPRO_OTYPEFIELD and DYNPRO_SEARKFIELD can be read directly from the screen. If both options are used, the screen data is taken.

    If you require the option "unrelated objects" to be available, the parameters WITHOUT_RSIGN, WITHOUT_RELAT and WITHOUT_SCLAS must be filled.

    You can restrict the data selected using CALLBACK_PROG and CALLBACK_FORM. The same applies to the parameters RESTRICT_FB and RESTRICT_DATA. You can specify conditions for the database selection using CONDITIONS. However, you can also specify all allowed objects with BASE_OBJECTS, in which case, there is no database selection.

    All of these options only apply to the search function. It is not possible to set restrictions for the Matchcode search or the structure search.

    Example

    1. Example: Simple value help with plan version and object type specified (neither should be read from the screen)

    CALL FUNCTION 'RH_OBJID_REQUEST'

    EXPORTING

    PLVAR = My_plan_version

    OTYPE = My_object_type

    IMPORTING

    SEL_OBJECT = Selected_object

    EXCEPTIONS

    CANCELLED = 1

    WRONG_CONDITION = 2

    NOTHING_FOUND = 3

    INTERNAL_ERROR = 4

    OTHERS = 5

    1. Example: as in 1 but with several objects selected. In addition, the objects previously selected are already marked.

    CALL FUNCTION 'RH_OBJID_REQUEST'

    EXPORTING

    PLVAR = My_plan_version

    OTYPE = My_object_type

    SET_MODE = 'X'

    TABLES

    SEL_OBJECTS = Subsequently_selected

    MARKED_OBJECTS = Previously_selected

    EXCEPTIONS

    CANCELLED = 1

    WRONG_CONDITION = 2

    NOTHING_FOUND = 3

    INTERNAL_ERROR = 5

    OTHERS = 6.

    1. Example: Simple value help, plan version and object type are read from the screen.

    CALL FUNCTION 'RH_OBJID_REQUEST'

    EXPORTING

    DYNPRO_REPID = Name_of_my_program

    DYNPRO_DYNNR = My_screen_number

    DYNPRO_PLVARFIELD = 'NAME_OF_PLVAR_FIELD'

    DYNPRO_OTYPEFIELD = 'NAME_OF_OTYPE_FIELD'

    IMPORTING

    SEL_OBJECT = Selected_object

    EXCEPTIONS

    CANCELLED = 1

    WRONG_CONDITION = 2

    NOTHING_FOUND = 3

    INTERNAL_ERROR = 4

    OTHERS = 5

    1. Example: Value help with unrelated objects (w/o 'A003' to 'O')

    CALL FUNCTION 'RH_OBJID_REQUEST'

    EXPORTING

    PLVAR = My_plan_version

    OTYPE = My_object_type

    WITHOUT_RSIGN = 'A'

    WITHOUT_RELAT = '003'

    WITHOUT_SCLAS = 'O'

    IMPORTING

    SEL_OBJECT = Selected_object

    EXCEPTIONS

    CANCELLED = 1

    WRONG_CONDITION = 2

    NOTHING_FOUND = 3

    INTERNAL_ERROR = 4

    OTHERS = 5

    Caution! You can also select related objects if you use the structure search option for instance.

    1. Example: Value help with direct return of the object ID in an HROBJECT structure (single objects are also returned in a table).

    CALL FUNCTION 'RH_OBJID_REQUEST'

    EXPORTING

    PLVAR = My_plan_version

    OTYPE = My_object_type

    TABLES

    SEL_HROBJECT_TAB = My_object_table

    EXCEPTIONS

    CANCELLED = 1

    WRONG_CONDITION = 2

    NOTHING_FOUND = 3

    INTERNAL_ERROR = 4

    OTHERS = 5

    Notes

    You must use the function module RH_MACO for the input check. For selecting an object in a dialog step (for example, "Relate" or "Assign"), call the function module RH_DETERMINE_ORG_OBJID with F4_MODE=SPACE.

    Also refer to the parameter documentation.

    Further information

    You can find further information in the source code of the function module.

    Parameters

    PLVAR

    OTYPE

    SEARK

    SEARK_BEGDA

    SEARK_ENDDA

    SET_MODE

    DYNPRO_REPID

    DYNPRO_DYNNR

    DYNPRO_PLVARFIELD

    DYNPRO_OTYPEFIELD

    DYNPRO_SEARKFIELD

    CALLBACK_PROG

    CALLBACK_FORM

    RESTRICT_FB

    RESTRICT_DATA

    WITHOUT_RSIGN

    WITHOUT_RELAT

    WITHOUT_SCLAS

    ORGBEG

    ORGEND

    WIN_TITLE

    APP_DATA

    SEL_PLVAR

    SEL_OTYPE

    SEL_OBJECT

    OTYPE_TABLE

    CONDITION

    BASE_OBJECTS

    MARKED_OBJECTS

    SEL_OBJECTS

    SEL_HROBJECT_TAB

    SEL_HRSOBID_TAB

    Exceptions

    CANCELLED

    WRONG_CONDITION

    NOTHING_FOUND

    INTERNAL_ERROR

    ILLEGAL_MODE

    Function Group

    HRBAS00SEARCH

    Regards

    Anji

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