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Function Groups

Former Member
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hi,

I am using two inbound function module which comes under the same function group.

The includes also remain same, will it be any problem while processing as all the local variables remain same for both the FM.

As the idoc will process one by one of the two FM, i wanna check it.

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Former Member
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Hi Anand,

It will surely not be an issue. I will give you an example. Say if there is only one inbound FM in your Function group. The system received two IDocs one after another. Then will the data of both get merged???? No

I can give you a further simpler example. If there is one report program which runs for various conditions. If two users use the same report simultaneously will that be an issue? No.

Thats your answer.

Regards,

Srikanth

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Former Member
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it should not be a problem

Former Member
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Hi Anand,

It will surely not be an issue. I will give you an example. Say if there is only one inbound FM in your Function group. The system received two IDocs one after another. Then will the data of both get merged???? No

I can give you a further simpler example. If there is one report program which runs for various conditions. If two users use the same report simultaneously will that be an issue? No.

Thats your answer.

Regards,

Srikanth

former_member188685
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Nothing will happen, even the variable are same.

when you are running one FM,the variables set initialized. and if you are going to another environment (another FM) the variable will be initilaized again.

so don't worry..

thanks

vijay