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IF_EX_ME_PROCESS_REQ_CUST~POST

Hi everyone,

in the method post of this BADI (creation of a PR), I try to update the afnam-field with another value (in my example it's hard-coded just to test it). The code is executed, but the change is not done in the DB. Anyone knows why ?

Any help will be much appreciated 😊

DATA: i_items TYPE mmpur_requisition_items.

DATA: wa_item LIKE LINE OF i_items,

lv_if_item TYPE REF TO if_purchase_requisition_item,

lt_itm_data TYPE mereq_item,

lx_itm_data TYPE mereq_itemx.

break-point.

CALL METHOD im_header->get_items

RECEIVING

re_items = i_items.

break-point.

LOOP AT i_items INTO wa_item.

lv_if_item = wa_item-item.

CALL METHOD lv_if_item->get_data

RECEIVING

re_data = lt_itm_data.

CALL METHOD lv_if_item->get_datax

RECEIVING

re_datax = lx_itm_data.

lt_itm_data-afnam = '1'.

lx_itm_data-afnam = 'X'.

CALL METHOD lv_if_item->set_datax

EXPORTING

im_datax = lx_itm_data.

CALL METHOD lv_if_item->set_data

EXPORTING

im_data = lt_itm_data.

ENDLOOP.

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  • Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 11:54 AM

    Hi,

    Please use method PROCESS_ITEM instead of method POST.

    Best regards,

    Prashant

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      sadly enough, the processitem is not called when you change something on a subscreen and clicks on save without pressing on enter.

      Let me explain the situation : I activated the subscreen from the user exit MEREQ001 where the user fills in a value. When he clicks directly on save (and not enter first), he won 't update the value, even not when I put the update-code in user exit EXIT_SAPLMEREQ_003

      . So : HELP ! 😊

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2008 at 10:15 AM

    solved, there was another field needed to be updated

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