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READ/WRITE DATA from IM_O4 File

READ/WRITE DATA from IM_O4 File

READ/WRITE DATA from IM_O4 File

(OP)
Hi,
1.Please help me to add a new  filed in to IM_04 file and also Which Business object are used to Read/Write a Information  Or Which connection object to  Read/Write a IM_O4 file.


2. Let me know which business object are used in IM_AliasItem table to read/write  a information.

Advanced Thanks,
Regards,
Vairavan

RE: READ/WRITE DATA from IM_O4 File

1. You cannot add any fields to the data table IM_04.

2.  You cannot use the Business Objects Interface on IM_AliasItem.

The inventory module won't be brought to the business objects interface until 4.40 so you won't be able to do either until that version.

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RE: READ/WRITE DATA from IM_O4 File

(OP)
Thanks Down

Let me know can we add UDF field to IM_AliasItem and what BOI classes are used to update the IM_AliasItem table.

Advanced tanks for providing solution.

Thanks,
Vairavan  

RE: READ/WRITE DATA from IM_O4 File

1. You cannot add any fields to the data table IM_AliasItem.
2.  You cannot use the Business Objects Interface on IM_AliasItem.
3. The inventory module won't be brought to the business objects interface until 4.40 so you won't be able to do either until that version.

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