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in TRM there is one BADI, which, according to SAP is used for:


LES transmits a transfer order with three items to TRM. You want to bundle these TO items together, and thus you need to add a fourth request item for bundling. In order to do this, you add the following information in one line to the request items:

et_lirqi-locat = 0001 TRM location

et_lirqi-orglv1dc = 01 Document type TO

et_lirqi-orglv2dc = is_ltak-lgnum. Warehouse number

et_lirqi-orglv3dc = is_ltak-tanum. TO number

et_lirqi-docit = 4 4th item

et_lirqi-rqity = 03 Fixed value for bundle (see domain of the field)

et_lirqi-rqity = 02 Fixed value for picking (see domain of the field)

Then create 3 request dependencies as follows:

et_lirqd-docpr = TO-number

et_lirqd-ditpr = 4.

et_lirqd-docsr = TO-Number.

et_lirqd-ditsr = 1 For all original items 1,2,3

et_lirqd-reltn = FS Finish-Start (See domain)

This means that firstly, the original three request items have to be picked and then bundled together. Request item 4 is only executed after the first three request items are complete (start-finish)."

and this is exactly my problem. I implemented this BADI, but I dont get one task for all TO items, but for only one. Also there is in Log message LTRQ 018. Any Idea?



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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 02:02 PM

    Hi Mario,

    this sounds correct. For each TO items corresponds a TRM task.

    If you do not bundle, each item is to be processed separately.

    In your description, I would have expected

    et_lirqd-ditsr = (nb request items to bundle + 1 because of bundling)

    also lirqd-ditpr refers to the request item number. It should not be fix to 1.

    reward point if helpful


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