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PD Layer

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can any one expalin about PD layer? use of it? version it is used?

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2010 at 02:46 PM

    Hi there,

    There is the Application layer, below that is the PD (Procurement layer) then the BASIS layer (Database layer).

    The application layer deals with specific documents and the name of the document will be in the FM, examples below.

    BBP_PD_PO_CREATE

    BBP_PD_CONF_CREATE

    BBP_PD_INV_CREATE

    BBP_PD_BID_CREATE

    The PD layer is below the application layer, examples of which are below. So for example, FM BBP_PROCDOC_CREATE is called when creating a PO, CONF, INV and BID. The application layer enters all the data required for that specific document and then calls, in this example BBP_PROCDOC_CREATE

    BBP_PROCDOC_CREATE

    BBP_PROCDOC_UPDATE

    BBP_PROCDOC_GETDETAIL

    BBP_PROCDOC_SAVE

    BBP_PROCDOC_GETLIST

    BBP_PROCDOC_CHECK

    The database layer then is below the PD layer and in the case of the BBP_PD_PO_CREATE will be entering in all the data into the needed tables to create a PO.

    Hope this has answerred your question.

    Kind Regards,

    Matthew

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  • Posted on Jun 08, 2010 at 04:10 PM

    Hi,

    This thread has been answered please close.

    Kind Regards,

    Lisa

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2010 at 02:40 PM

    thx

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