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Hello Friends,

How to use " GET_SERNOS_OF_DOCUMENT "

function module.

What is SER01

SER02

SER03

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in same function ?

Rahul S.

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 09:05 AM

    Go thru the code ...

    DATA: TRSEROB LIKE RSEROB OCCURS 20 WITH HEADER LINE.

    CLEAR RSEROB. REFRESH TRSEROB.

    MOVE LTAK-VBELN TO RSEROB-LIEF_NR.

    MOVE 'SER01' TO RSEROB-TASER.

    CALL FUNCTION 'GET_SERNOS_OF_DOCUMENT'

    EXPORTING

    KEY_DATA = RSEROB

    TABLES

    SERNOS = TRSEROB

    EXCEPTIONS

    KEY_PARAMETER_ERROR = 1

    NO_SUPPORTED_ACCESS = 2

    NO_DATA_FOUND = 3

    ERROR_MESSAGE = 99.

    LOOP AT TRSEROB.

    MOVE: TRSEROB-LIEF_NR TO ISERNR-VBELN,

    TRSEROB-POSNR TO ISERNR-POSNR,

    TRSEROB-SERNR TO ISERNR-SERNR.

    APPEND ISERNR.

    ENDLOOP.

    SER01

    SER02

    SER03 These are serial numbers ...

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 09:08 AM

    As the name suggests it is used for Serial Number Management in Documents.

    SER01 = Document Header for Serial Numbers for Delivery

    SER02 = Document Header for Serial Nos for Maint.Contract (SD Order)

    SER03 = Document Header for Serial Numbers for Goods Movements

    Mukta

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