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Call Transaction in BDC

Hi Guys,

I have a scenerio where i am using a CALL Transaction in BDC for the transaction SE37. In my case i dont want the first screen to be displayed.

CALL TRANSACTION 'SE37'

USING t_bdc_tab

MODE p_dismod

UPDATE c-updmode.

SKIP FIRST SCREEN addition doesnt work along with the above syntax. So is there any possiblity to avoid the first screen.

regards

Saravanan

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 07:09 PM

    Since you have to press a button on this screen, you cannot just set a parameter and SKIP FIRST SCREEN.

    You can use the BDC table, but you'll have to present the first screen.

    I don't know of another option.

    Rob

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 07:22 PM

    Hi,

    The Extra "AND SKIP FIRST SCREEN" cannot be used with CALL TRANSACTION 'SE37' USING bdcdata .

    Either you can use "CALL TRANSACTION 'SE37' USING BDCDATA" or "CALL TRANSACTION 'SE37' AND SKIP FIRST SCREEN."

    In addtion you need to set the Parameter-ID for using the statment "CALL TRANSACTION 'SE37' AND SKIP FIRST SCREEN."

    Refer to the below sample code -

    DATA : repid LIKE sy-repid VALUE 'SAVE_TEXT',

    bdcdata TYPE TABLE OF bdcdata.

    SET PARAMETER ID 'LIB' FIELD repid.

    CALL TRANSACTION 'SE37' AND SKIP FIRST SCREEN.

    Hope this helps.

    Edited by: Priyabrata Samanta on Jan 30, 2008 12:53 AM

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