And of course, I’ve missed the grouping and filtering functionality.
The most basic grouping functionality has already been covered: the usage of heading tasks: This is, if you’ve forgotten (or missed that class), achieved by selecting tasks A1 & A2 and clicking All tasks have an ID but they also have a WBS code.
I am posting my code below hoping that it will help you better understand my problem. CALL FUNCTION 'BAPI_TRANSACTION_COMMIT' EXPORTING wait = 'X'.
Code: *** this is how I call the bapi *** CALL FUNCTION 'BAPI_PS_INITIALIZATION'. CALL FUNCTION 'BAPI_PS_PRECOMMIT' TABLES et_return = lt_return_precom.
If that task has three subtasks, the subtasks are numbered 1.1, 1.2, and 1.3.
Outline numbers consist of numbers only (no letters) and you can't edit them.
Every time I write a new post in my tutorial, I think it will be the last.
And then I realize that there is something I’ve missed.
This dialog box is empty if you view it on a new project, which means numeric values are used and the different levels are divided by dots(.).
I have a customized program that creates WBS element via upload, I am using bapi BAPI_BUS2054_CREATE_MULTI for this.
I have no problem with the creation of WBS elements using this bapi because the elements are created, however, the customized fields in table PRPS are not updated.
Courtney, The indenting after dragging is normal behavior.
If you multiple levels of indenting, this can give confusing results.