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BADI in Appraisal Template

Hi,

The business requirement is bring up the Job description into the appraisal document. The job description is stored in custom infotype against the Job.

Fixed Enhancement BADI -HRHAP00_ENHANCE_FIX is implemented to achieve this functionality.

The issue here is , when I create the appraisal document, am unable to get the job description data from custom infotypes to the document.

Any help would be appreciated.

Joe

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2011 at 07:43 PM

    hi

    did you connect appraisal template with badi implementations ?

    if yes, set a breakpoint in the badi, and then you can check , that your code runs well, to bring job description .

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  • Posted on Apr 26, 2011 at 07:50 PM

    1) Implement Badi HRHAP00_ENHANCE_FIX, in particular, method

    ALLOW_MULTIPLE_REFERENCES

    or RHPP_R_PROFILE_READ

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    Posted on May 05, 2011 at 10:08 AM

    It depends on your requirement. If you always have just one job description per document then it is easy.

    delete your fix enhancement, its the wrong badi. You create in your template an element call job description. And assign to this one a value determination. (badi def. HRHAP00_VAL_DET). In the implementation of yuor val. det you read the custom infty and write that to the note field of the element.

    Thats all. Search SDN for 'Maurice Hagen'. You will find several blogs and one of them being about value determinations. I wrote them during my time at SAP.

    Oh, and the not easy requiorement. You have several objects (variable depending on the employee) then you do indeed create a fix enhancement. This will add 'x' amount of new elements. On the reference element you would then add a value determination just as mentioned above.

    Regards and Groetjes,

    Maurice Hagen

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    Posted on May 10, 2011 at 03:58 AM

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