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How to pass parameter to ECC transaction via webclient transaction launcher

Hello Expert

I need to pass parameters to ECC transaction in CRM 7.0 transaction launcher, I did lot of research, after reading all of them, I got a little confused, hope some of you can clear my thought.

Basically I need to pass BP number to the ECC VA01 transaction, the parameter name in ECC VA01 is KUAGV-KUNNR.

What I understand what needs to be done is simply implement the method PREPARE_DATA_FLOW with code below:

me->set_container_object( iv_name = `KUAGV-KUNNR` iv_object_key = `myBPNo` iv_object_type = `the name of the type of KUAGV-KUNNR`).

However after reading many posts, some say I need to define parameter in the execute method of hte ztstc BOR objet in ECC, from there I need to retrieve the data and pass to VA01.

Can someone help to clear the whole thing? What should be done in CRM 7.0 to pass this parameter to ECC VA01? Also is the way to call the set_container_objet correct?

me->set_container_object( iv_name = `KUAGV-KUNNR` iv_object_key = `myBPNo` iv_object_type = `the name of the type of KUAGV-KUNNR`).

Thanks for your input

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2011 at 07:23 AM

    Hello, Jayson

    My proposal is: Instead of using a TSTC-EXECUTE method, use BAPI BUS2032-CREATEWITHDIA. That method contains all data to be passed to the VA01 transaction.

    Regards

    Joaquin

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2015 at 02:47 PM

    Use BDC recording and run the transaction then after that you will be able to see the screen number, program and the field being passed. Then create a custom function module to call the transaction and pass the screen data

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