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VKM4 credit limit divided by thousand

Dear Gurus,

Is there anyone who can help me on how i can implement the proposed solution by SAP on how to enable the display of credit limit in thousands instead of dividing it by 1000.


MESSAGE From SAP regarding my issu in credit limit divided by 1000.

The situation you have described is standard system behavior.

Within the display of VKM4, the 'Credit Limit' of the customer is shown

divided by thousands.

Unfortunately the column header does not clarify this to the user. In

other fields this is indicated more clearly, e.g. the

'CreditValueThousands' column.

You can however customise your display variant in transaction VOKR.

There is a field AWAER, which shows the currency in thousands. If you

place this field directly behind the credit limit field, it should make

things clearer for your users.

Please also refer to note :

413483 - VKM1-5: Display credit values in thousand


Apprecaite your kind help on how to implement the above VOKR. Im stuck with this.

Thank you very much in advance.

Best Regards,


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    Posted on Aug 28, 2013 at 02:46 PM


    how to enable the display of credit limit in thousands instead of dividing it by 1000.

    What do you mean above statement ? could you please give small example to understand it.

    VOKR is a transaction, having Variants to control Fields Length.Up my Experience ,we dont change Fields Length.



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      Hi Naren,

      I Already understand the proposed solution by SAP. VKM4 credit limit is always divided by 1000 to delimit the display of huge / long amount, this is hardcoded. to enble the identifying of the amount as thousands new field AWAER need to include ing the output display as identifier. thus, the credit value will still remain divided by 1000.

      Thankyou very much for your feedback.

      Best Regards,


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