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BTE or User exit to validate for vendor accounts in f-43

Hi ,

I have a requirement to display a warning message in f-43, if the vendor has more than one bank account.

Please suggest me the way on how to go about it.

Which BTE can be used ? or if any BADI or user exit is available?



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    Posted on Dec 05, 2013 at 04:28 AM

    Hi Rashmi,

    You can find it in following way:

    (1)Goto transction FIBF menu Environment->Info System (P/S )

    (2)Select the BTE you want to implement.

    (3)Press button Sample function module

    (4)This brings you to SE37 – Copy the sample function module to a Z-function module (First create a new function group for the function module). Note: The name of the Z-functionmodule is not important

    (5)Edit the code in the new function module

    (6)Go back to transaction FIBF – Menu Settings->Products -> Of a customer and create a new product which identifies the new product . Remember to mark the Active field.

    (7)Go back to FIBF menu Settings->P/S function modules->of a customer – Create an entry that links the BTE and Product with the new function module

    Hope this will help you.. 😊

    Thanks & Regards,


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