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customerExit using factoy-config.xml

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I am trying to overwrite the method customerExitParseRequest in Action class MaintainShipToAction with my own implementation, but the control doesn't seem to be going to the newly created implementation in spite of creating an entry in factory-config.xml.

Would anyone have used the customerExits provided in the ISA using factory-config.xml ? If so, can one provide steps / directions on how to get this going ?



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    Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 06:32 PM

    Hi Ashok,

    Have you made appropriate changes in config.xml file to add your Z_MaintainShipToAction class.

    Please check your config.xml entry may be you have not done it. AS you have written that your control is not going in written java code.

    eCommerce Developer.

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    • Hi Kumar,

      There are quite a lot of changes that need to be made to include additional lines of address on the webshop to be reflected in the backend system.

      As explained in this thread and in the other thread referred by you, one should start by making the needed change in the JSP. It should be followed by changes to the action that is triggered when the 'Save' button is clicked. This then has to go through all the layers including the business object layer and the backend object layers before it can be included in the fields that need to be updated using a BAPI / FM in the backend object.

      Of what I have seen, CRM BAPIs / FM handles all the address fields from the Java stack. However, ECC BAPIs / FM do not handle all the address fields and one would have to enhance them to include those additional fields.

      The ShipTo address details are linked to the Java basket object.



  • Posted on Feb 12, 2010 at 12:48 AM


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