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BADI FOR WTY ACTION

Hi,

when I run an action with WTY, I need to check a field in table PNWTYH.

This check should be performed only for a specific action code. So we need a BADI o user exit in order to find out the action code.

Thanks

Ilenia

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  • Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 03:49 AM

    Hello There,

    I didnt quite understand your requirement. It was not clear as to what you need? A Badi or an Action?

    Ass I could understand is that you were looking for some BADi's to check for the field values in a certain table while some actions are executed. If my understanding is correct, pl follow this approach which may give u the required information.

    Unless you mention the type of actions that you are focusing, I may not be able to help you with the relavent BADi / FM.

    But you could go to transaction OWTY -> Warranty Processing Claim -> Control Data -> Process Control -> Define Actions.

    Select the actions that you are focusing on and go into the secong node called "Function Module of Elementary Action". That would give you the Function module used while this actions is executed.

    You may make your changes and assign that FM against those actions which needs those checks..

    If you are still looking for some other BAdi's, use the same transaction and the path below for BAdi's:

    OWTY -> Warranty Processing Claim -> Business Add-Ins.

    Hope this info helps.

    Best regards,

    Harsha

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