This tutorial provides a step-by-step introduction to defining and implementing object types in the Business Object Repository (BOR). You should carry out these steps in the system yourself.
The tutorial is intended for both customers and consultants who want to modify the scenarios provided by SAP. It is also designed for developers within SAP who want to connect their application component to the workflow functionality.
To be able to work through this tutorial, you must be familiar with the basic ABAP programming principles.
You should have initial practical experience using SAP Business Workflow and have worked through the Workflow Modeling.
The individual sections of this tutorial provide a step-by-step introduction to working with the Business Object Builder, creating, maintaining and implementing object types, and also point out the aspects that require consideration.
These steps are explained using the example of the object type definition sales order. If you do not yet have any experience of object types, carry out these examples directly in the system. In particular, use the options given to test "your" object type to see whether your work has been successful.
If you want to maintain your own object types in the Business Object Repository, go through this tutorial using the individual sections as a type of "checklist". If you use this tutorial to create your own object types, knowledge of the application environment of the object type to be maintained is absolutely essential. In particular, you should know in which tables the data (attributes) of the object type is stored and which transactions or function modules are used to call the main operations (methods) for objects of this type.Download attached file:
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