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Screen Resolution in table control bdc

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Im working on bdc table control using call transaction method for vk11 and mek1.While uploading data for vk11 for the first time it is taking all the records of the input file and if i do the same for the second time by changing the amount value it is taking only 24 records .(i.e if the input file contains only 24 records it wil update else if it has 25 records or more it not updating even single record and it is showing error " No batch input data for screen sapmv13A ..)...this issue is with the production server......................whereas in development and quality servers there is no problem....................

what migh be the problem and how to solve it?

can anyone plz help me on this

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  • Posted on Nov 11, 2009 at 02:35 PM

    if its a problem in screen resolution then while recording through SHDB mark the check box default size

    or

    to make the bdc execute in standard screen size check the code below

    data x_ctuparams type ctu_params.

    x_ctuparams-defsize = 'X'. " This would freeze the resolution in any system

    x_ctuparams-dismode = 'N'.

    x_ctuparams-updmode = 'S'.

    call transaction <TCODE> using it_bdcdata options from x_ctuparams.

    So whatever is the screen size of the users front-end, the BDC will execute in standard screen size

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  • Posted on Nov 12, 2009 at 08:41 AM

    As you mentioned that there is no problem in QA and PRD servers, im not bale to know the exact problem.

    Instead of BDC you can try

    BAPI - BAPI_PRICES_CONDITIONS

    Function modules

    RV_CONDITION_RESET

    RV_CONDITION_COPY

    RV_CONDITION_SAVE

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