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BDC program for ME32K transaction

Please help me to write a BDC program for ME32K transaction where I have to upload all the line items from C: drive.

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 10:07 AM

    use the FM GUI_UPLOAD to upload the file from C:

    record transaction ME23k in transaction SHDB and pass this table .

    For more details about BDC see ABAp Docu

    regards,

    lavanya

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 10:19 AM

    hey,

    well first do a recording in shdb according to the stepd that are to be processed.

    give the transcation name in the recording as me23k and follow the steps.

    after that using call transaction method with the follwing syntax,prepare a report.

    CALL TRANSACTION <transaction code>

    USING <bdc table>

    MODE <display mode>

    UPDATE <UPDATE MODE>

    MESSAGES INTO messtab

    DISPLAY MODE:

    A :display all(default setting)

    E :Display only error

    N :No display

    Update mode

    S : continue processing when update is completed(synchronous)

    A : continue processing immediately.

    Note: messtab,an internal table must have a structure BDCMSGCOLL.

    include the recorded code in the reprt.

    as in the code "bdc perform filling ......"(something like that..)according to ur given values ....

    nd then execute....

    for surther help try searching fr bdc examples in sdn

    table-control-in-bdc

    take care

    \reward points if useful.

    bubye...

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