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How to use FM IDOC_INPUT_DELVRY?

I wrote a program that uses FM BAPI_OUTB_DELIVERY_CHANGE, and discovered a bug in the function. I reported it to OSS, and was told that the function is not released - use IDOC_INPUT_DELVRY instead. Yeah, right. I have never used any IDOCs, and don't know where to start. I searched SDN for questions about IDOC_INPUT_DELVRY, and found many references to running it using message type this that or the other. This means nothing to me; the function parameters don't include anything that looks like message type. What am I missing?

Thanks for any clues.

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2010 at 02:10 PM

    Let us know what is your exact requirement.

    Also, For IDOC there are some particular steps which one has to follow so if you tell community what exactly you are

    looking for ,some one can help.

    Rgds,

    Mayank

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      A sales order and delivery have been created. The user needs to assign batches to the delivery, but is not willing to use the standard SAP interface. I wrote a program that presents a single user-friendly screen with all the information he needs, that updates the delivery via FM BAPI_OUTB_DELIVERY_CHANGE. Occasionally it happens that there is not enough stock on hand of the required grade to fill the delivery, so the user wants to assign the batch that is available, and leave the rest of the order open - unassigned. In this case, the FM does not perform correctly; it assigns the batch to the original line and reduces the quantity, instead of creating a batch split. We need the batch split.

      Thanks for any help you can offer.

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