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GP design - dynamic input structure

Hi Guys,

What i intend to do is:

I have total 3 callable objects

1) CO1

2) CO2

3) CO3

CO1 and CO2 will have only output parameters.

CO3 has input and out parameters both.

CO3 is a re usable callable object which should be able to read output

parameters of CO1 and CO2 in same structure in different processes.

So in one process i would have CO1 and CO3 where as in another process

i would have CO2 and CO3.

Now i am not sure whether using Guided procedure WebDynpro Callable

objects, can i read output parameters of CO1 or CO2 in input parameters

of CO3. ( in CO3 in getDescription method i only know name of the

structure , in execute method i need to read the dynamic input node ,

either of CO1 or of CO2 . )

and in Guided procedures design time i need to map CO1 Output Structure

with CO3 input structure and CO2 output structure with Co3 input


please suggest whether this is possible or not.


Ashish Shah

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2008 at 03:44 PM

    Hi Ashish,

    what u want to achieve is absolutely possible....

    also letme know whether the 2 processess are dependent on each other !!!!!!!



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    • Hi Sudheer,

      The problem here is in parameter mapping in GP Process:

      In my CO1 i have a following structure as output structure with the following attributes





      and in CO3 i have following structure as input structure with the following attributes


      now in Structure Str3 i dont have any attributes at design time , the attributes will come from CO1 structure.

      Due to this i am unable to map two COs CO1 and Co3 parameters Str1 --> Str3.

      These two processes will be independent of each other.

      Can you please suggest how can i proceed.


      Ashish shah

  • Posted on Jan 13, 2009 at 03:48 PM

    Not possible, as suggested by SAP.

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