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Dynamic Action to read HRP1028 during Hiring Action

Hi Guru,

We have a requirement like this:

- Each Org unit is attached to a Work Address and the same is stored in Infotype 1028.

- Whenever hiring action takes place the dynamic action should read the Infotype 1028 for the Org unit to which the employee is assigned and fetch the Work address details.

- These details should be stored in Infotype 0006 under Work Address subtype.

Request your help as this is a very urgent requirement for us.



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    Posted on Jul 27, 2012 at 10:55 PM

    Hi Abhay,

    In the Dynamic action you will need to do a form routine and will need abap development.

    I have given an example below.

    A point to consider: The field in the return structure (RP50D-FIELD1) for the dynamic action form has a limit of 20 char.

    So you have a couple of options to accomplish what you need:

    • Enhance the structure RP50D to add the fields that you need to its customer include. ( you can have it exactly like infotype 0006 fields or you can make them generic fields with length that you need eg. FIELD2 lenght 40char, field3 lenght 40 char etc.)
    • Or For each field of infotype 1028 that you want to return there may have to be multiple routines to return (e.g. : form get_state, form get_country, form GET_STREET. etc)



    06 10 **DEFAULT address for hire0001

    06 20 P P0000-MASSN='HR'0001

    06 30 I INS,0006,<your subtype>,,(P0000-BEGDA),(P0000-ENDDA)0001


    06 50 W P0006-STATE=RP50D-FIELD1

    ou will have to create a ABAP program (Subroutine pool) with the name ZHPADYN and it should have subroutine GET_ADDR_STATE.

    PROGRAM zhpadyn.

    TABLES : rp50d.


    ** Read infotype 1028 based on P0001-Begda and P0001--ORGEG to get the state and assign to rp50d-field1


    Hope this helps.

    - Puneet

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