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auto close sample results uploaded with BAPI_INSPOPER_RECORDRESULTS

Hi experts,

We are using BAPI_INSPOPER_RECORDRESULTS to upload sample results. The users are requesting that the results should be automatically closed as well but I have been unable to find a way to do it.

- I tried setting the 'closed' element in table char_results - it changed the results status but not to the required closed status. (Note that I am using both tables char_results and single_results since char_results alone didn't work.)

- I tried defining it as a handheld (mobile) application that is configured for close, but this is more complicated to manage than the way the users work.

Any assistance you can provide will be greatly appreciated.

Ron

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2011 at 04:56 AM

    hi,

    If u use BAPI for data upload, than in progrma itself provide the status of ur result as "5".

    status for results 1 - Inital

    status for results 3 - Valuate

    Status for results 5 - Locked.

    I have use the same where i will use the status 3 only, not upto 5 this will update my mass data in QASR table.

    if required than take the help of an ABAP'r , or i will provide u the logic.

    Regards

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