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Not Seeing BAPI_PROCORDCONF_* (Process Order BAPIs)

I have a client that wants to use various BAPIs of the type BAPI_PROCORDCONF to load update information for Process Orders. However we can't see these BAPIs in either BAPI Explorer or in xMII. The client has checked the permissions and he had been given SAP_ALL and still can't see these BAPIs. It would appear that they do not have them installed or activated, maybe.

We can see the corresponding functional areas within SAP. We can also see all the Production Order related BAPIs (BAPI_PRODORDCONF_*). I know that this is not that closely related to xMII, but I am not sure where else to post this message. Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Mike

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2008 at 02:44 PM

    What version of R/3?

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    • Hi Sam,

      I am using this JCO in place of the missing process order BAPIs. It works to execute the query and retrieves a lot of data, but is there any way to put the equivalent of a where clause in this RFC? There is a segment SELECTION_TABLE which has six fields: SELNAME, KIND, SIGN, OPTION, LOW, HIGH. I would suspect that this would be where I would put my selection criteria, but it doesn't seem to respond at all to any of my obvious inputs (MATNR is what I am trying to select upon). SELNAME is six characters in length and KIND is one. The other four are standard to SAP. Any help you can provide would be appreciated.

      Thanks,

      Mike

      Edited by: Michael Appleby on Apr 2, 2008 2:13 PM

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