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Calling tcode and populating values into it.

Hi Experts,

Iam new to SDN. This is my first question in sdn.

From my program i need to call tcode QE15N and pass five fields which from the program to tcode.

Here the problem is that tcode QE15n has 3 tab on screen. i have to populate first 3 fields values in first tab fields and 2 fields values in 3 tab fields. Can you please tell me how we can achive it.

Thanks In Advance.

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Rahul.

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  • Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 02:23 PM

    Check this link for Sample BDC program

    sample-bdc-pgm

    Check this link for BDC on a transaction with TABSTRIP.

    BDC tabstrip control in CO01

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    Abhishek

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 03:31 PM

    First of all, I am assuming you are trying to do a BDC on QE51N, and if so I am not sure why you want to do a BDC on QE51N. You should be the standard BAPI BAPI_INSPOPER_RECORDRESULTS, if you are trying to record results. For other functions like creating a lot, or creating a point, there are standard BAPIs also. If you have to use a BDC for recording results, do a BDC on QE11.

    Albert

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