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Displaying Alternate Units of Measurement on ProductISA.jsp

Hi there,

We have a SAP ISA 5.0 Application (with an ECC backend) primarily used for B2B purposes. We have a scenario where a product has alternate Units of Measure(Case aka CS) besides the base Unit of measure (Each aka EA) in the MARM table on the backend. When clicked on a Web Catalog Item in the Web Catalog, by default, the ProductISA.jsp page displays EA information in the Quantity column. We would also like to display the Casing information in the same column for example in the following way. (1 Case = 96 Eaches).

Now the problem we are facing is, when I try to display the Product Attributes as shown in the following sample code:

Iterator unitIterator = item.getCatalogItemAttributes();
				while(unitIterator.hasNext()){ aUnit = (;
				  //String output = aUnit.getKey() + " : " + aUnit.getValue();
				  <%= "Attribute is multivalued:"+aUnit.getAttributeName()+ " = "+aUnit.getAsString()+"\n" %>
				  Iterator innerIterator1 = aUnit.getAllAsString();
					  	<%= (String)"#"%>
					  <%}//end of inner while
					innerIterator1 = null;
				  }//end of if
					<%= "Attribute is NOT multivalued: "+aUnit.getAttributeName()+ " = "+aUnit.getAsString()+"\n"%>
					    Iterator innerIterator2 = aUnit.getAllAsString();
						 <%= (String)"#"%>
					  <%}//end of inner while
					innerIterator2 = null;					
				}//end of while

.... It shows UNITSOFMEASURE attributes as a SINGLE valued Attribute with a value "EA". Any suggestions/ideas as to how I can fetch Alternate Units of Information from the MARM Table ?

Appreciate your help.


Jaleel Syed.

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    Posted on Aug 14, 2008 at 08:44 AM


    I think the other units are available based on multiple prices for a particular product.


    Sateesh Chandra

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