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recognising info type changes and using them in ABAP report

Guys,

I have a small requirement, where I have to log changes in infotype, and use these changes in ABAP report for some calculation purpose.

I did look into few posts and did a bit of research but I cannot find how to use these actions in ABAP report.

below is the simple example to explains my requirement using Info type 2010.

Infotype 2010: Scenario 1: Create action

Bonus
Start date end date
Amount Bon1 20130101 20130101 10 Bon2 20130101 20130101 10 Bon3 20130102 20130102 10

Expected Output in ABAP report:

IT2010, three records "Created" with start date end date.

Scenario 2: Delete

Bonus
Start date end date
Amount Bon1 20130101 20130101 10 Bon3 20130102 20130102 5

Expected output in ABAP report

IT2010, Bon2 record with start date 20130101 and end date 20130101 is "Deleted"

and Bon3 record with start date 20130102 and end date 20130102 is " Updated"

thanks for looking into this.

~Sudeep

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    Posted on Mar 03, 2013 at 06:55 AM

    Hi Sudeep Goswami,

    You can use F.M: BAPI_EMPLOYEE_ENQUEUE , HR_INFOTYPE_OPERATION, BAPI_EMPLOYEE_DEQUEUE .

    Pass:Infty,number - employee number , Subtype- wagetype ,Validityendda ,Validitybegda, Operation - INS or DEL . value - Record ,TClas - 'A' and Nocommit - space.

    Regards,

    Anand raj.S

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