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can anyone explain me what are the parameters NOCOMMIT, VIEW_IDENTIFIER, SECONDARY_RECORD used in FM HR_INFOTYPE_OPERATION? Thanks.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 03:06 PM

    Just go through the example given below.

    l_p0169-barea = '7A'.

    l_p0169-pltyp = 'RRSP'.

    l_p0169-bplan = 'RRSP'.

    l_p0169-elidt = '20000101'.

    l_p0169-enrty = 'M'.

    l_p0169-perio = '4'.



    infty = '0169'

    subty = 'RRSP'

    number = p_pernr

    record = l_p0169

    validitybegin = '20021001'

    validityend = '99991231'

    operation = 'INS'

    • dialog_mode = '0' "Use default

    • nocommit = '1' "Use default


    return = l_bapireturn

    key = bapipakey_tab.

    Now to answer your question.

    NOCOMMIT is COMMIT control at BAPI interface, if you need to commit or not.


    The view indicator is used to combine infotypes to views.

    The feature IVWID assigns an infotype view indicator to organizational data such as personnel area, employee group, employee subgroup and country grouping.


    In the "Basic Pay" infotype (0008), additional data for the German Civil Service is stored in the structure P0230. This data is maintained in view V008.

    SECONDARY_RECORD its an optional parameter.

    Vinodh Balakrishnan

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