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Question About Bapi_Salesorder_Createfromdata

when using Bapi_Salesorder_Createfromdata, the difficulties is the complexity of parameters,

How to fill the first parameter BAPISDHEAD Order_Header_In.Doc_Type

and Order_Header_In.Sd_Doc_Cat


Or where can find a complete sample of this BAPI

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2004 at 06:22 AM

    Chen Jiang,

    From the sounds of it, you are either not an experienced SAP developer or new in this. My advice is to find an experienced ABAP developer to help you on this in your project.

    Some tips, if you have time, take a look at the documentation using t-code BAPI in R/3. There is a list of parameters that you need to fill in. For example when creating SAP sales orders, you will need the header, items, conditions, and schedule lines. The rest depends on the configuration of the SAP system which you are trying to create the sales order in. There is no hard and fast rule therefore not all stuff you create is usable in other projects.


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      Thank you for your kind response. Your hint give me a substantial help. SAP is so comprehensive wolrd. Such guididance as from yours is really necessary.

      Your explanation help solve the original Bapi_SalesOrder_GetList problem.

      And this problem is under breaking. Might I will appeal to your help again.

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