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Hi All.

I am very new in MAM.

In MAM project(application)i found lots of packges.Such as

com.sap.mbs.mam.bo

com.sap.mbs.mam.common.control

com.sap.mbs.mam.contract

com.sap.mbs.mam.cstm

com.sap.mbs.mam.inventory

com.sap.mbs.mam.list

com.sap.mbs.mam.order

com.sap.mbs.mam.rfid

com.sap.mbs.mam.search

com.sap.mbs.mam.uvm etc..etc....

Inside that package there are different java classes

Now my problem is that

i want to find GETDETAIL, GETLIST,MODIFY code in order package (com.sap.mbs.mam.order).

Please tell me in which java class i found that code.

Regards

Ruturaj

Edited by: Ruturaj Inamdar on Jan 19, 2009 2:04 PM

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    Jan 20, 2009 at 07:05 AM

    Hi Ruturaj,

    In MAM you donu2019t have such kind of functionality as such i.e. getList(), getDetail(). Each SyncBo is presented in terms of a class which can be found under - package com.sap.mbs.mam.bo. In this package you will get all the interfaces representing the SyncBOs whereas in the package - com.sap.mbs.mam.bo.impl you will be able to get the implementations for these interfaces (e.g. for order see the class com.sap.mbs.mam.bo.impl.Mam001Impl as MAM30_001 is for order SyncBO). Please go through the file mapping.xml under app-root where the mapping of SyncBOs and the classes can be found.

    If you want to get the instances for multiple SyncBOs (Can say getList()) please use the package com.sap.mbs.mam.bo.query. You will be able to query the SyncBOs from this place. Implementation can be found under package com.sap.mbs.mam.bo.query.impl.

    Regards,

    Akhil

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      Dear Ruturaj

      ,

      Goto transaction merep_sbuilder in ur MI server and enter mam* at the syncBo field and press f4...

      u will get the description for each syncBo...plus its type also...

      Regards,

      akhil

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    Jan 20, 2009 at 08:56 AM

    Dear Ruturaj,

    I second that. In addition you can check out the relevant MAM version enhancement guide which will give you more details on the structure under the following category in http://service.sap.com/instguides :

    SAP Components->SAP Mobile Applications->SAP MAM

    Please mark the question as answered if my or others post solved your question.

    Regards,

    Veera

    Edit: Corrected Typos

    Edited by: Veeraraagavan R on Jan 20, 2009 10:11 AM

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