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bapi to upload data for OQN6

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Any bapi avialable to upload data for transaction OQN6 catalog profile.

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Taran

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  • Posted on Oct 31, 2007 at 10:34 AM

    hi

    Suppose you want to find the bapi for creating a sales order, you usually use transaction VA01 for this.

    1. Find out the package of the transaction.

    Start Va01 go to system --> status.

    Double click on transaction

    Package is VA

    Open this package in SE80

    Open business engineering-->Business object types

    Find the BO which sounds the most appropriate

    I would suggest BUS2032 Sales Order

    Double click.

    Open methods.

    Find the released method with from data or something similar in the name

    , Createfromdat2

    Position the cursor in it and click the program button

    Scroll down to find the bapi used in this method

    With this way you can also find out programs and FM's

    2. Start va01 go to system-->status

    Double click transaction VA01

    Double click on package

    Read the application component. (this is SD-SLS Sales)

    Then open the transaction BAPI

    Sales and distribution>Sales>sales order

    createfromdat2

    reward for use ful points

    regards

    Nagesh.Paruchuri

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 01:59 PM

    done by own through bdc

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