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During Production Order Release and save to call a zprogram (without exit)

Hi Experts,

I have one client requirement

During production order Release and save it has to call a ZProgram and execute the zprogram.

Here client doesn't want to use user exit also not a background job collecting the released production orders ..

The calling and execution of zprogram has to takes place Dynamically once the prod order is released and saved

Is it possible through Output type or some other means we can do this?

Please let me know the solution in detail


Prabakaran K

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2011 at 01:06 PM

    Write a Z program to release the SFO (you can use - BAPI_PRODORD_RELEASE) & then from this program you can call the other Z program.

    You can use the order release Z prog. in foreground thereby fulfilling your client's need.

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      Discuss this with your abaper, to see if they can do a call program from within the Z print program which you're using at present.

      I haven't done this so cant speak from experience on that as whether such a thing is feasible or not. Sorry not of much help on this.

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