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FI Module Tcodes for BDC

Hi SAP ABAP gurus,

Can you please pass few transaction codes in FI (Finance) module for which we can write BDCs.

Plz urgent.

Thanks,

Vinay

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 03:51 PM

    FB01.

    Rob

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 03:50 PM

    It is very hard to write BDC for FI documents. You can use other optoins like BAPI_ACC_DOCUMENT_POST or use the standard program RFBIBL00 for this.

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    Naimesh Patel

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 04:03 PM

    Thank you very much.

    Yes though it is difficult to write BDCs , we can you Stnd BAPIs or we can try SHDB to write BDC.

    What i am trying to ask is where are the most chances for which transaction codes in FI we might need BDC or BAPI to create data.

    Like we ave GL master data, Cost center master data or some transaction data

    we need either BAPI or BDC or some stnd prgs.

    My question is What are the transaction codes for which there might be a chance to upload or create doc using any BDC or BAPI or infact using any stnd procedure.

    Thanks in advance.

    Vinay.

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      Although FB01 is the standard batch input transaction to create documents, it is pretty tricky to use.

      RFBIBL00 is a standard program which hides that complexity from the programmer. We generally try to use that for interfaces. Although, I've done so many of them, I quite often use batch input for FB01.

      The standard BAPIS are easier to use though.

      Rob

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