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Question on Badis?

Hi Friends

1.Are badis in SRM applicable to all components (EBP,BE,SUS) say we will use SUS and not EBP.Or are the Badis applicable only to specific components

2.In SRM7.0 badis what is the diff bet enhancement spot and enhancement implementation,what is the diff bet classic badi and new badi.Can we use old badis for some documents(SRM5.0) and new badis(SRM7.0) for some documents in SRM7.0

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Ian

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2009 at 01:30 AM

    Hi,

    1. BADI's are applicable for all components of SRM.You just need to check whether a std BADI is available for your requirement through this path :

    SPRO>Supplier Relationship Management>Supplier Self-Services-->Business Add-Ins (BAdIs)

    OR

    SPRO>Supplier Relationship Management>Supplier Relationship Management-->Business Add-Ins (BAdIs)

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  • Posted on Nov 14, 2009 at 02:25 AM

    SRM BADI typically has a filter based on object type. This is how you can decide how this BADI will be used during transaction. For example, if you want a particular BADI to be activated only when the system process SUS Purchase Order, they you can activate the filter based on object type BUS2230. Since PO generated from EBP will have a different object type, the logic on this BADI can be differentiated accordingly. Even if the BADI does not have the filter based on object type, a lot of times you should still have the access to object type information through the import parameter of the BADI.

    Now as for new BADI vs old BADI, all I can tell is that the new BADI is available even in SRM server 5.5. And yes, both the new BADI (based on enhancement spot) and classic BADI can be used at the same document.

    Revi

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