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OData POST operation for hierarchical Business Objects

Mar 13 at 02:44 PM

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Hello, I'm looking for your help please, to know the way to do properly a POST(create) for the hierarchical business objects. Please find below an example for my issue :

An Accounting Entry (open to modification in OData modeler) needs Items to be created, and the Items need also the Accounting Entry ID(ParentObjectId) to be created. That way, I cannot create neither the Accounting Entry, nor the Items.

I found some information concerning the use of Differed key word on OData, but nothing concerning the use of it for SAP. It would be very usefull for me to get a concrete example of a request body to create an Accounting entry with OData.

With sincere regards,

Ismaïl

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Knut Heusermann
Mar 13 at 03:54 PM
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Hi Ismail,

I have a quick example to create a sales order with items using OData. Maybe that helps you as well:

URL: https://{{TenantHostname}}/sap/byd/odata/cust/v1/khsalesorder/SalesOrderCollection

Header parameters: Content-Type = application/json and x-csrf-token = <as provided by the GET response>

Body:

{	
	"BuyerID": "MY_EXT_REF_123",
	"Name": "KH Sales Order (OData Nested Create)",
	"DataOriginTypeCode": "4",
	"SalesOrderSalesUnitParty":
		{	
			"PartyID": "P1110"
		}, 	
	"SalesOrderBuyerParty":
		{
			"PartyID": "CP100110"
		},
	"SalesOrderPricingTerms":
		{
			"CurrencyCode": "EUR",
			"GrossAmountIndicator": false
		},
	"SalesOrderItem":
		[
			{
				"ID": "10",
				"SalesOrderItemProduct":
					{
						"ProductID": "P100401"
					},
				"SalesOrderItemScheduleLine":
					[
						{
							"Quantity": "2",
							"unitCode": "EA"
						}
					]
			},
			{
				"ID": "20",
				"ProcessingTypeCode": "TASC",
				"SalesOrderItemProduct":
					{
						"ProductID": "300002"
					},
				"SalesOrderItemScheduleLine":
					[
						{
							"Quantity": "2",
							"unitCode": "HUR"
						}
					]
			}
		]
}    	

Best regards,
Knut

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Hello Knut,

Thank you for your quick answer. It's a good example to start with.

Could you please, provide me the OData service that you created to use this query that I can upload on ByD, in a way to test this example with the same conditions as you did?

Thanks in advance for your precious help.

Best regards,

Ismaïl

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