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How to manage the input to the BAPI from device in HWC?

Hi ,

The scenario is purchase order approval. I am using a BAPI to fetch all the purchase orders from the SAP system in a HWC app.

The load parameter/input/import parameters are release group and release code.

There are different set of release group and release code.

Ex: There are 5 managers for them the release group and release code are as follows:

(ph,01), (ph,02), (ph,03), (ph,04), (ph,05).

Each manager use a single set of release group and release code always.

So to give the release code and release group i added to edit boxes in a screen. It will be the input for the BAPI.

The problem is:

Each time the user has to enter the release code and release group again and again.

Is there any way to store this value the user enter it for the first time.

Or is there any alternative solution for this?

Help will be appreciated.

Regards

Midhun.V.P



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  • Posted on Aug 06, 2012 at 08:57 AM

    Hi ,

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  • Posted on Aug 16, 2012 at 05:25 AM

    Hi Midhun,

    i have created a similar WF apps where i had to pass a set of customer id and sales org for getting the a particular customer details.

    for your apps..

    since rel grp is same for each one... so there are 6 different input fields...

    (ph,01), (ph,02), (ph,03), (ph,04), (ph,05).

    so create all these on your input screens... and mark them as READ..so u dont need to type it again and again whenever you run the apps.

    let me knw if u hv face prblms.

    Regards,

    Jitendra

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