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SD configuration with IDOC - problems with creating entries in KDST

Dear friends,

we are using the function module CAVC_O_ORDER_BOM_SAVE to save the order configuration after creating with CAVC_C_EXECUTE and fixing with CAVC_I_FIX_BOM_ITEM. The program should run in background but CP_99_MAT_ALLOC_PREPARE_NEW comes with a pop-up in which the order type and routing is asked (only in the situation of more than one routing per material).

It is not possible to call the function module with the order type directly and MAPL is also empty.

We receive an IDOC and create sales order with the required configuration. Out of this we want to create automatically the order BOM in table KDST and resend the configured order BOM with BD34.

Do you have an idea how we can solve this problem alternatively? We need to create the order BOM with specific settings.

Thanks in advance!


P.S.: I also posted in ABAP development as I did not know where to post best.

Edited by: ProdCons on Dec 7, 2011 8:13 PM

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 07:20 PM

    I will lock this post so that any responses will be held together in the other post which is left open.

    Responders, please post there.


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