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with sapnwrfc packet from Piers Harding (v0.31) I try to create a salesorder within a perl script.

Without using table ORDER_CONDITIONS_IN my salesorder is created successfull in SAP.

Now I want to commit pricing information. Therefor I used ORDER_CONDITIONS_IN with syntax:

$rc->ORDER_CONDITIONS_IN([{'COND_P_UNT'=>'1', 'CURRENCY'=>'EUR', 'COND_TYPE'=>'PR00', 'ITM_NUMBER'=>'000010', 'COND_VALUE'=>'22'}]);

SAP returned an error: BCD_BADDATA

So I thought something wrong with COND_P_UNT or COND_VALUE because these have to be BCD packed values.

Now I tried something like

pack("H*", "22")

for COND_VALUE and so on. But without success.

Some values I commited in table ORDER_ITEMS_IN are marked as BCD but I have to send them in "plain" text, no pack function to call...

So, did you have any idea for solving my problem?

Is it possible that another (incomplete) table is responsible for my problem?

Or do you think the reason is dedicated to table ORDER_CONDITIONS_IN?

Any help or suggestion appreciated!



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    Jan 12, 2011 at 04:22 PM

    So you're looking to populate the ORDER_CONDITIONS_IN structure. Here's an example of how I've populated two structures OPTIONS and FIELDS:

    my $it = $rfc->function_lookup("RFC_READ_TABLE");
    my $rcb = $it->create_function_call;
    $rcb->OPTIONS([{'TEXT' => "SEQNO = '000' AND "},{'TEXT' => "(DATUM > '$mindate' OR (DATUM = '$mindate' AND UZEIT > '$mintime'))"}]);

    Hope that helps,


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