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Populating BAPI tables

In Visual Composer, how do I populate tables when calling a BAPI that creates data in R/3. I'm not refering here to tables in the IMPORT section of a BAPI, but tables in the TABLES section of a BAPI.

For example, BAPI_SALESORDER_CREATEFROMDAT2 has an INPUT table for sales order header data, but the line items and partner information in the TABLES section. In Visual Composer I can't seem to create a grid or form that will serve as input to the later. I can only create these object for output from the BAPI.

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    Posted on Mar 16, 2004 at 10:41 PM

    Hi Jim:

    The current version of Visual Composer does not support BAPI which have table inputs. This feature will be available in our next release that is planned for Q3 2004.

    Right now we can work with BAPIs which have Import parameters as inputs.



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    • Hi Greetson,

      There is a bug in the preview of scenarios with multiple inputs, when you try to run the iView you get a message that "Event SUBMIT is declared but cannot be raised".

      We will try to fix that for one of the next patches,

      In the meantime you can deploy your iView to the portal and test it in runtime.



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