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About routing text read using fm CP_EX_PLAN_READ

Hi,

I am writing a program to copy routing from one plant to another. Everything works great except for long text. I did search the forum but could not find any helpful tips.

1> I am reading the routing using fm CP_EX_PLAN_READ

CALL FUNCTION 'CP_EX_PLAN_READ'

EXPORTING

cmode_imp = 'R'

plnty_imp = wa_rthd-plnty

plnnr_imp = wa_rthd-plnnr

plnal_imp = wa_rthd-plnal

sttag_imp = wa_rthd-datuv

TABLES

plpo_exp = lt_plpo_exp

pltx_exp = lt_pltx_exp

Even though header and operations has long text, table lt_pltx_exp is not getting populated (lt_plpo_exp is getting right data). Any idea why this would happen?

2> Once I successfully get the long text then what all is the mapping to populate the structure BAPI1012_TXT_HDR_C & BAPI1012_TXT_C, as I am using BAPI_ROUTING_CREATE to create the routing in the new plant.

CALL FUNCTION 'BAPI_ROUTING_CREATE'

EXPORTING

testrun = lh_testrun

IMPORTING

group = lh_group

groupcounter = lh_groupcounter

TABLES

task = t_rthd_bapi_n

materialtaskallocation = t_rtma_bapi_n

operation = t_rtop_bapi_n

  • textallocation = t_rtxo_bapi_n

  • text = t_rttx_bapi_n

return = t_rt_ret.

Any feed back is greatly appreciated.

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 05:57 AM

    Hi,

    I checked the FM for the Long text & as you said, it does not retirieve the long texts. Please note that this FM is not yet released ( on 46C ) & no FM documentation is maintained.

    So I suggest you read the LT by FM: READ_TEXT based on the value of field TXTSP in corresponding structures.

    Hope this helps.

    Best Regards, Murugesh

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