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DataSource with Extraction Method F1

Hi there,

how can I create a custom datasource which extracts the data with a function module and the extraction method F1 (complete interface).

Thanks in advance

Lutz

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2005 at 09:52 AM

    Hi Lutz,

    I think you can achieve the same with the generic datasource and extraction method F2. As you are the developer of the fm, you can implement the logic as it is best for your requirement. As a template for this fm you can use 'RSAX_BIW_GET_DATA_SIMPLE'.

    Hope this helps

    regards

    Siggi

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    • Former Member Lutz Grotelüschen

      Hi Lutz,

      if you use the method I already described, you also need to generate a datasource using rso2. For this datasource you can specify a generic delta. With this you will be able to work. Additionally, I think you can just copy one of the F1 function modules and create your extract structure. And what I already did (but that was with 2.0), I created my own entries for this datasource in roosource and roosfield. I have some simple ababs for this. But it is not recommended to do that. If you need to know some more about this let me know.

      regards

      Siggi

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2005 at 10:00 AM

    Hi Lutz,

    You can create it from RSO2 -> transactional datasource > Here you need to give the Extract structure and name of the Function module...

    Before above process you need to Build up a structure (It contains all the fields of your extraction called as extract structue),Byusing this structure in Function module you can code(Use template RSAX_BIW_GET_DATA_SIMPLE)....

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