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SUP parameter mapping for MBO

hi ,

i am trying to create maintenance order with sup . and used following BAPIs to get list of Equipments and then go to another screen with selected Equipment and there i want to capture ORDER TYPE , DESCRIPTION and generate the MO .

i hv done the workflow up to Call CREATE operation to execute BAPI_ALM_ORDER_MAINTAIN .

now i want to map the parameters . but its comes as a List . how do i map the parameters to List type parameters .

Pls refer following screen .

i Need to map parameters for ORDER_TYPE , EQUIPMENT and SHORT_TEXT .



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  • Posted on Jan 04, 2013 at 04:32 AM

    Hi Thushara, create a Personalization key (PK) of type LIST.

    could be like XYZ[].

    2.then you create an operation to your existing know how to do it right? using BAPI_ALM_ORDER_MAINTAIN.

    once its done, then do the mapping to the load parameters of create operation with new PK created

    3. deploy ur MBO

    4. do screen designing as you mentioned in above your query post.

    rather than doing parameter mapping, do Personalization Key mapping

    i hope you will get output.



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    Posted on Jan 07, 2013 at 06:55 AM

    hi Jitendra /Thushara ,

    As i am new to SUP n creating same like HWC app.

    In this, I am having 1 RFC which gives me the data of 3 tables (ASRS,Sortation,Exact Pallet) as u can see. And this I am displaying on the same page using custom coding. And, i have 2nd RFC to make make changes in those 3 tables and send it back to SAP.

    Now, on Go(MenuItem) i have called an update operation(2nd RFC MBO) as u all discussed but while mapping i m stuck with this personalization key mapping.

    So , can any one help me with this.

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