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Not able to get data from BAPI calls

Hi,

I'm not able to get any data from the BAPI functions when am calling them through the Visual Composer.

1)Am able to get the Systems exposed by the Portal

2)Could View/access the BAPI functions available inthe exposed systems

3)Am also able to see the parameters(For BAPI_BANK_GETLIST

i could view Bank Ctry and Max rows)

4)I gave the input data as US and 10

5)When i click on Execute am gettting ERROR[BFOO] No Banks Exist for the Country

Can some one help me out on this pls

Your help will be appreciated.

Thanks,

Karthik

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 02:50 PM

    Hi,

    I further investigated and found that there is no data available in the R3 System(ECC 6.0).I asked my R3 collegues and found out that ECC6.0 will not have the data loaded.

    Now the question is that,can someone help me in explaining the procedure for importing the data to the R3 System

    Thanks,

    karthik

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      I got it.

      Under SAP Menu->Accounting->Banks->Master Data->Bank Master Record there is a function "Display Bank Directory".Executing that function displays the list of Bank Details and a subsequent search done on these data through the Visual Composer lists the data as present in the backend.

      There is no data present in ECC6.0 for country "US" as given in the VC guide.This turned out to be the problem

      Thanks very much for your help.

      Regards,

      karthik

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