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A BAPI for MEK32

Good afternoon

We receive FOB price data from Japan which is used to update the gross price (PR00 Condition Type) in our ECC 6.0 system, but the process is manual. The user opens one session in SAP and copy/pastes the FOB through a tedious entry process using MEK32 (and clicking the key combinations button, then selecting the radio option Material Info Record Plant Specific)

I've been asked to write a program that takes this received file and with a program using either a BDC or a BAPI approach apply the FOB price to the condition type PR00 for each material. The BDC approach works great but it stumbles when it hits a date range overlap and a yellow message appears. A BAPI would be the more modern way of doing the change but I cannot seem to find one. Can someone point me in the right direction to find a BAPI that does the change?

If it helps, I also know the way to get the corresponding KONP table record, so if there is a BAPI that uses the field KNUMH's value as a key, I will consider that direct option as well.

Kind Regards

Moggie

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    Posted on Mar 19, 2008 at 10:42 PM

    Solution solved. I used a BDC for ME12 which resolved my Gross Price issue

    Moggie

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