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How to use BAPI_FIXEDASSET_CREATE ?

Hi Expert,

we are using the BAPI_FIXEDASSET_CREATE to create the Assets in SAP. But recently we have enhanced the SAP Standard field transaction AS01 to include some customizing fields. This enhancement is working fine. but i am not able to pass thses customised field thru the BAPI.

My specific question is How to pass the values for EXTENSIONIN table of BAPI for our customizing fields.?

Regards,

Umesh

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  • Posted on Apr 20, 2012 at 07:42 AM

    HI Umesh,

    See the documentation of BAPI .

    Customer Enhancements

    Description

    Using this parameter you can transfer user fields from the asset master record. However, it is not possible to transfer fields that are updated in user-defined tables. Only user fields that were defined using SAP enhancement AIST0002 and are automatically updated in table ANLU can be udpated in this way. This means you have to use table extension BAPI_TE_ANLU.

    Enhancement AIST0002 contains function module EXIT_SAPL1022_001 as a component in which user fields can be implemented.

    The documentation ( BAPIPAREX) of the structure that forms the basis for this parameter contains additional information about using this parameter.

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    • Former Member Jitendra Soni

      Hi,

      My problem got solved after activating the user Exit. EXIT_SAPL1022_001 & added the followinf code in include zxaisu05 as

      e_anlu = i_anlu.

      But now i am facing one more problem that some of the fields are not getting populated like.Inventory number(INVENT_NO) from General TAB. I even tried using the BAPI_FIXEDASSET_CREATE1

      still inventory filed is not getting populated in transaction.

      P.S. : I have even marked the 'X' in structure GENERALDATAX for inventory No.

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