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Sending DEBMAS in full through BD21 - Object class DEBITOR


I have a requirement to send the DEBMAS in full through BD21.

There is a change pointer object class DEBITOR, ( see FM MASTERIDOC_CREATE_SMD_DEBMAS) which I believe will solve the purpose. Any idea how to activate DEBITOR?

We do have a list of the all required segments that needs to be sent to a NON-SAP system. Is BD65 a good idea?

The change pointer trick of ALELISTING works only for MATMAS guess.

Any help / idea will be greatly appreciated as it will save core code enhancement.


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    Posted on May 20, 2011 at 12:58 PM

    Anyone has any idea??

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      MASTERIDOC_CREATE_SMD_DEBMAS is really the right function module to distributes changes of customer master.

      Unfortunately, there is nothing really prepared to send a FULL customer from a change pointer.

      In other words:

      1/ Defines a custom function module based on a copy of MASTERIDOC_CREATE_SMD_DEBMAS


      2/ Customize Z_MASTERIDOC_CREATE_SMD_DEBMAS to be called to send customer master change pointers. See view SM30 V_TBDME

      3/ you need to artivate distribution of changes for DEBMAS

      Good luck


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