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MRS: Multi Resource Sched: How to populate new fields in /MRSS/T_DEM_INFO

this is a technical question from a developer:

In teh transaction /MRSS/PLBOSRV Planning borad for demands, when I have a demand chosen it goes to Resource planning screen with several ALV grid controls. In the lower right corner is the worklist. I used the MRS Souliton 610 document to add 4 new fields to structure /MRSS/T_DEM_INFO and ran teh config to make them now available on this worklist screen. But I cannot figure out how to populate them since they currently are empty. Example new fields are functional location and abc indicator TPLNR and ABCKZ.

I created a new BADI implementation as pre this Soultion guid and just put a breakpoint in the method PUSH_TO_MRS of BADI /MRSS/RSG_PM_INT.

When I run the /MRSS/PLBOSRV now with the BADI implementation activated, it does not hit my breakpoint.

How do I populate these fields in this BADI implementation?


Steve Deutsch

The Hershey Company.

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  • Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 03:43 PM

    Hi Stephen,

    I assume you have implemented the CI_INFO to extend the INFO structure. This means that the DB table /MRSS/D_DEM_INFO will also be extended by your custom fields.

    Please read the documentation of the BADI: /MRSS/RSG_PM_INT.

    As the name suggests, the method PUSH_TO_MRS is called when the data is pushed from PM to MRS.

    It is not called while loading the Planning board !!!

    So this BADI implementation will be called when you save order (for e.g. from IW32 / IW32 ). Here you can populate the custom fields and this should be saved in MRS DB.

    Then you can see it on Plb.



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