Passing Values to Object Type Attributes

Hi Experts,
I need to pass values to object type attributes amount,channel and company code from zprogram.
I have got FM 'SWO_INVOKE'.But in this FM how will I pass values to 3 attributes.
I have created object type through SWO1 .Is it necessary to call FM SWO_CREATE before FM 'SWO_INVOKE'.
Please suggest.
Regards,
Kaustubh.

Hi,
I guess you will have to Initialize business object first by using the function module "SWO_CREATE' and then call the other function module to pass the attributes. I am not sure, but please check by passing the attribute name and value to the tables parameter 'CONTAINER'.
CONTAINER-ELEMENT = <Attribute name>.
CONTAINER-VALUE = <value from the Zprogram>.
Hope this will help.
Thanks,
Samson

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