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new workflow event in condition records for schedule aggrements

Hello Experts,

<h2>My goal</h2>

if a forcast schedule is generated (via ME38 --> Generate Forc. Schd. F6) for output (print or EDI), I want to trigger it and make some additions to the internal tables.

I think this could be realized with Message Control tool. So that I can mantain the output types for events via the condition records (MN11 - Purch. SchAgrReleas).


To maintain the conditions is not a problem via MN11. But if I want to insert my new Business Object type with the new event for the communication details, the error message "Object type ZBUS201302 is not assigned to application EL"

Message no. VN350

Table: T681Z

I could assign the standard BO BUS2013, because this is assigned to the application EL. But not even the standard BO BUS2013002 works here... it is also not assigned to EL like my new one.

<h2>Detailed description</h2>

-created my own business object ZBUS201302 (cos the standard object BUS2013002 doesn't has events included) as subtype by BUS2013002.

-added a new event "Created" (this own is my event if a new forecast schedule is generated)

-maintained all aspects in NACE (message controls tool): roles, message relationship; output program: RVNSWE01 with form routine CREATE_EVENT; partnerroles


*output types

*access sequences

*condition records (but without the right communication setup)

--> the custoizing checks (NACE --> Goto --> customizing checks) doesn't report any errors for the new

Best regards

Steffen Froehlich

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  • Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 01:30 PM

    Hello Steffen,

    Just to ask the obvious: Why workflow?

    Can't you just call a FM via message control or use a BAdI?



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    • If you're in a hurry, just use the regular userexit.

      Otherwise classic BADIs are very simple: SE19 -> select BADI, click on create implementation, give your implementing class a name, add code and activate.

      Enhancements are not complex either, they're quite well documented in the online help too. the tricky bit here would be finding the right place to put your enhancement, so I'd go with the first two options.



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