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Is there any BAPI for AS02?

Hi Experts,

I am guessing, the following idea may work for my problem, but, pls, let me give some info, abt the same.......

1 - At the sales order creation time, each LINE ITEM creates the SubAsset, say,

Line_ Item_1 -


> creates SubAsset_1,

Line_ Item_2 -


> creates SubAsset_2, so on

2 - if some reasons, if the user deletes Line_ Item_1, I need to delete that particlar SubAsset_1,

so, pls. let me know that,

1- If the user, deletes the item_1, then I wanna, to delete the created SubAsset_1, so then, I guess, SubAsset_2 shuld be modified as SubAsset_1

2- Is it works out? makes sense?

3- If so, Wht is the best method to delete a SubAsset from Asset Master? Is it AS02 BDC or Is there any BAPI or any other?

thanq.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 03:02 PM

    Hi,

    Please try FM ASSET_MASTERRECORD_MAINTENANCE with I_TRTYP (transaction type) parameter = 'L' (Delete).

    Regards,

    Ferry Lianto

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 02:50 PM

    Hi

    use the bapi

    <b>BAPI_FIXEDASSET_CHANGE</b>

    Regards

    Anji

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      thanq,

      1- If the user,for some reason, deletes the item_1, then I must/wanna, to delete the created SubAsset_1, so then, Is the SubAsset_2 modified as SubAsset_1 in Asset related tables with BAPI_*CHANGE?

      2- Or in other words, Is it possible to DELETE the sub asset? if so, How?

      thanq

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      Srinivas

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