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How to find BOR of a BAPI

former_member182485
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Hi Experts,

I have a BAPI how to find the BOR to which the BAPI is linked.

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Regards

Bikas

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Former Member
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Just do a "where used list" by checking the Programs check box. If the bapi is attached with business object then it will show u the program name for the business object. Form there u can find the business object name.

Ex: If u click "where used list" button for BAPI_SALESORDER_CREATEFROMDAT2 it will display probram RBUS2032 along with other programs...from this u can conclude that it is attached with business object BUS2032.

Regards,

Joy.

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former_member188685
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You can get it from the table TOJTB

From BAPI transaction you get the information. if you know the area of the BAPI which it is related.

Former Member
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hi check this..

https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/wiki?path=/display/snippets/new%2bpage

in this...ABAP- ALV displaying the quantity of a Material and its BOM availability

Former Member
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Hi Bikas,

BOR- Business Object Repository- T-code (SW01)

you can select your BOR and test the associated FM

there.

With Regards

Shaik

Former Member
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Just do a "where used list" by checking the Programs check box. If the bapi is attached with business object then it will show u the program name for the business object. Form there u can find the business object name.

Ex: If u click "where used list" button for BAPI_SALESORDER_CREATEFROMDAT2 it will display probram RBUS2032 along with other programs...from this u can conclude that it is attached with business object BUS2032.

Regards,

Joy.

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Perfect answer Joy.

I give you full points.

Regards

Bikas