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bapi_po_create1 error--service PO

We are upgradeing to ECC6 and we have a program that is currently working in our old system using bapi_po_create1 to create service PO's.

We are getting an account assignment error in the ECC6system, "In case of account assignment, please enter acc. assignment data for item"

Entering manually works but I can't find out what has changed to correct the bapi.

Any ideas or does someone have an example of a service entry.



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    Posted on Jul 08, 2010 at 12:20 PM

    Hi Julie,

    please check the following:

    The package number should be set according to FAQ note 499626,

    question 8.

    POITEMX: if there are also fields filled with an X, which were NOT

    filled in the POITEM structure, please remove those X entries.

    If a field in POITEMX is marked 'X', it means that the corresponding

    field in POITEM has a value.

    Similar is the case for POACCOUNT and POACCOUNTX.

    Please check the FAQ note 420332 about how to fill the data structure correctly for service POs. In most of the cases the error message 06 436 disappeared after the data structures were set up correctly.

    Please check / and if needed implement also the note 1236355



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