CAD interface


Description

As of Release 4.0, there are the following changes in the CAD interface:

Function enhancements for the CAD interface
The following new functions are available:

CadBomCreateSubItem
CadBomChangeSubItemRead
CadBomChangeSubItem
CadBomDisplaySubItem

Changes

Example: Finding an object via matchcode

Function enhancements to the dialog RFC interface
The following new functions are available:

CadRfcGetBomItemEntry
CadRfcGetBomSubItemEntry
CadRfcWriteBomSubItemEntry
CadRfcGetMaterialData
CadRfcGetEquipmentData
CadRfcGetFuncLocData
CadRfcGetLastError
CadRfcGetFieldTabEntry
CadRfcGetCharTabEntry
CadRfcWriteCharTabEntry
CadRfcWriteFieldTabEntry

Changes to the dialog RFC function library cadrfc00

Das Feld Tcode wurde von 4 auf 20 Bytes verlängert.
The field has been lengthened from 4 to 20 bytes.
You can specify whether one of the following functions takes place when you select an object:
You can forward error texts to the external application.
The selected objects can be returned to the external application:
For an object, the classification data of this object is also returned.
For several objects, you can access the object list.

General changes

You can make all the required settings for the CAD dialog and the dialog RFC interface in this file. The configuration file CADDIALG.INI has been removed.
You can call this function for documents with a dialog user if DVA (Direct Vault Access) is inactive.
You no longer require a CPIC user to log on to an R/3 system. You can use a dialog user.
The system only creates this file with Windows (for example, Windows 95,NT). With UNIX, file DEV_RFC is still being used.
All trace files are written into the trace directory that is specified in file CADRFC.INI.