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Can anyone explain me the BAPI 'BAPI_NETWORK_CONF_ADD'.



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    Posted on Jan 15, 2008 at 10:16 AM

    Some documentation about this BAPI

    Create Confirmation for Network


    Using this method you can enter confirmations for network activities/ activity elements and splits.Goods movements for a confirmation are specified according to the standard logic for retrograde withdrawal and automatic goods receipt for confirmation.


    Note that directly after you call the BAPI a COMMIT WORK is carried out. This means it is not possible to use multiple write confirmation BAPIs in a row and then carry out a single COMMIT WORK only once after the last BAPI. However, if this does occur, the system will terminate the second BAPI because a chain of calls, such as this, is prevented in a technical way by the system.

    If you do not carry out a COMMIT WORK, you cannot confirm a network you created and released using a BAPI since it does not exist in the database yet. First carry out the COMMIT WORK to write the activity to the database, and then create your confirmations.



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  • Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 06:28 AM

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