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Call Function in CL_RSPLS_CR_EXIT_BASE to derive values

Dear all,

we want to derive the location from item (material). If item gebinns with "EMU" then location is 2. If item beginns with "X" then locations is "68" and so on.

To realise we chose characteristic relationship with derivation and based on "Exit Class".

we copied the Class "CL_RSPLS_CR_EXIT_BASE" to "Z_CL_RSPLS_CR_EXIT_BASE". Now we want to call a function method "IF_RSPLS_CR_METHODS~DERIVE" like:

  • implement your derivation algorithm here:

field-symbols: <l_chavl> type any.

assign component 'BW_LAGER' of structure c_s_chas to <l_chavl>.

CALL FUNCTION 'Z_ST_BW_LAGER'

The function look like:

FUNCTION Z_ST_BW_LAGER.

*"----


""Lokale Schnittstelle:

*" EXPORTING

*" REFERENCE(BW_LAGER) TYPE /BIC/OIBW_LAGER

*"----


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But we did not know wich are the IMPORTING (like I_INFOPROV ?) parameters to fecht the values for the data. In BW-BPS we have UPC_Y_AREA, UPC_Y_VARIABLE, UPY_Y_CHANM and so on. Wich are the same in BI-integrated planning.

Regards,

Daniel Meyer

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 11:04 AM

    Dear all,

    we use this code:

    field-symbols: <l_chavl> type any.

    DATA: LAGER(2).

    assign component '/BIC/P_RMRESC' of structure c_s_chas to <l_chavl>.

    IF <l_chavl>+0(3) = 'EMU'.

    LAGER = '2'.

    ELSEIF <l_chavl>+0(1) = 'O'.

    LAGER = '1'.

    ENDIF.

    <l_s_buf>+2(15) = <l_chavl>.

    assign component '/BIC/BW_LAGER' of structure c_s_chas to <l_chavl>.

    <l_chavl> = LAGER.

    <l_s_buf>+0(2) = <l_chavl>.

    But now we have the problem, how to write ist back to the buffer? If we debugg it, we see in this code:

    IF o_use_buffer = rs_c_true.

    o_r_is_valid->* = l_is_valid.

    IF o_r_is_valid->* = rs_c_true.

    INSERT <l_s_buf> INTO TABLE <l_th_buf>.

    c_s_chas = <l_s_buf>.

    ELSE.

    IF e_t_mesg IS SUPPLIED.

    o_r_s_mesg->* = l_s_mesg.

    APPEND l_s_mesg TO e_t_mesg.

    ENDIF.

    INSERT <l_s_buf> INTO TABLE <l_th_buf>.

    RAISE EXCEPTION TYPE cx_rspls_failed

    EXPORTING

    msgid = l_s_mesg-msgid

    msgty = l_s_mesg-msgty

    msgno = l_s_mesg-msgno

    msgv1 = l_s_mesg-msgv1

    msgv2 = l_s_mesg-msgv2

    msgv3 = l_s_mesg-msgv3

    msgv4 = l_s_mesg-msgv4.

    ENDIF.

    ENDIF.

    that o_r_is_valid->* has no value, so he goes to the ELSE-part.

    Could anyone help?

    Regards,

    Daniel

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  • Posted on Aug 06, 2008 at 05:11 PM

    Hi Daniel,

    I don't understand why you want to call a function module to implement the derive Method. Add you code simply in the derive method. In BI IP there exists no planning area etc. Everything you need is contained in the class, e.g. the public attribute N_BASIC_PROV.

    Or is this a question how to reuse BPS exit in BI Planning. This easy, simply use the class CL_RSPLS_CR_EXIT_BPS.

    Regards,

    Gregor

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      Hi Gregor,

      i did not know that we can use code in the class directly. I have a sample code her and in this they call a funktion.

      You are right code in the class is the better way. But i did not know how to assign the components.

      In the data in the infocube ist an item like "0MATERIAL" and we havo to derive to item "0LAGER" depending from beginning of "0MATERIAL":

      IF 0MATERIAL beginns with X then 0LAGER = 06

      IF0MATERIAL beginns with Y then 0LAGER = 07

      and so on

      Regards,

      Daniel

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