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Hi guys in ie03 , when we go to classes info, i see a calue contract end date and a val associated with it, this is a characterstics, please tell me how to determine it at runtime ? I need to include this in a custom program

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2007 at 11:14 PM

    Hi Sameer,

    To get the Characteristic Values of Equipment number you need to use 2 Function modules.

    BAPI_OBJCL_GETCLASSES

    BAPI_CLASS_GET_CHARACTERISTICS

    This is the sample code to get the characteristic values for Material.

    REPORT  ztemp.
     
    DATA: i_alloc_list   TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF bapi1003_alloc_list,
          i_return       TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF bapiret2,
          i_chars        TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF bapi_char,
          i_char_values  TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF bapi_char_values,
     
          wa_alloc_list  TYPE bapi1003_alloc_list,
          wa_char_values TYPE bapi_char_values,
          g_objectkey    TYPE bapi1003_key-object.
     
    CALL FUNCTION 'BAPI_OBJCL_GETCLASSES'
      EXPORTING
        objectkey_imp   = 'XX01726138-206'
        objecttable_imp = 'MARA'
        classtype_imp   = 'Z01'
      TABLES
        alloclist       = i_alloc_list
        return          = i_return.
     
    LOOP AT i_alloc_list INTO wa_alloc_list.
     
      CALL FUNCTION 'BAPI_CLASS_GET_CHARACTERISTICS'
        EXPORTING
          classnum        = wa_alloc_list-classnum
          classtype       = 'Z01'
        TABLES
          characteristics = i_chars
          char_values     = i_char_values.
     
      LOOP AT i_char_values INTO wa_char_values.
        WRITE: / 'Characteristic:', 20 wa_char_values-name_char,
                 40 'Value:', 50 wa_char_values-char_value.
      ENDLOOP.
     
    ENDLOOP.

    Regards,

    Satish

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 11:41 PM

    Thanks Satish

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