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Mandatory field missing

Dear all,

I am new to excel vba. I have writen this procedure in excel to retrieve a list of GL accounts from the system but somehow i got this in return.

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Set oBapiControl = CreateObject("SAP.BAPI.1")

oBapiControl.Connection.System = "AAA"

oBapiControl.Connection.client = "100"

oBapiControl.Connection.Language = "EN"

Set oConnection = oBapiControl.Connection

If oConnection.logon(0, False) <> True Then

Exit Sub

End If

Set GlgetList = oBapiControl.GetSAPObject("BUS3006")

Dim oCompanyCode, oLanguage, oLanguageiso, oReturn, oAccountList As Object

Set oAccountList = oBapiControl.dimas(GlgetList, "GetList", "AccountList")

GlgetList.GetList Language:="EN", _

Return:=oReturn, _

AccountList:=oAccountList, _

CompanyCode:="1000", _

LanguageIso:=" "

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somehow i got this in return -> "Mandatory parameter ACCOUNTLIST was missing". I have declared the AccountList but it still returned this message. What could i missed in the first place??? What is best recommedation on this, please advice. Your help is much appreciated.

Cheers,

Andrew

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 12:07 PM

    Hello Andrew,

    Everything looks ok in your code.

    But I saw in my system and maybe it is a type problem.

    The parameter name in my system is ACCOUNT_LIST and not ACCOUNTLIST as you typed.

    You can see it using transaction BAPI or SE37 for function module BAPI_GL_ACC_GETLIST.

    Try to change the parameter name to ACCOUNT_LIST.

    Regards,

    Mauricio

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      Hi Mauricio,

      Actually after much of a checking i found out that there's no problem with it. In fact i managed to retrieve the data as i wanted from the system but somehow i still get this message..... i will find out more and should there be any findings i will let you know

      Cheers,

      Andrew

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