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BAPI_CRM_SAVE

Hello Guyes,

In my CRM inbound Queue i see Q name and if i click once it shows me Q name R3AD* and Function Module (FM) BAPI_CRM_SAVE, Does anyone know what is this FM? where can i see the mapping of this FM? (dont tell me SE37 pls)

Thanks in advance!

Best regards,

lata.

Edited by: latha reddy on Feb 8, 2008 8:14 AM

Edited by: latha reddy on Feb 18, 2008 8:35 PM

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2008 at 06:35 AM

    Hello Latha,

    i belive you are doing delta load(as the queue name is started with R3AD*).

    if you are getting the error no No mapping function module entered in SMOFSUBTAB then The reason for this scenario is missing entry of mapping module in your adapter object .

    try to make the following settings

    1)in R3ac1 Open your adapter object

    2)Check if it has entry under tab " Mapping function module ". If not then this is the issue

    3) maintain an entry under this tab and save it.

    i guess the mapping function module is BILL_DOC_INBOUND

    let you try with this .....

    Regards

    suneel

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    Posted on Feb 08, 2008 at 06:46 AM

    Hi Lata,

    Please refer SAP Note : 571486 / 543999 for your information.

    Regards,

    Johnny.

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      Latha,

      You are right. The FM BAP_CRM_SAVE is not directly defined in any flow logic. This is called every time whenever a save event is triggered on CRM.

      With respect to middleware, whenever you initiate initial load or delta load this FM is called internally through either the FM attached to the adapter object (e.g. DNL_CUST_ACGRPB) or through the FM SAPMSSY1

      I don't know exactly at what point of time it is called. We have to debug and check the calling point.

      Do not forget to reward the useful answers

      Regards,

      Paul Kondaveeti

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