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NF item data in Purchase order screen

Hello Experts,

I have a typical requirement stated as below.

In ME22N screen, for NF (Non-Ferrous) metals we will have separate tab 'NF Raw materials charging' at item level. The table that stores the NF data is /NFM/TORDERPOS

NFK: /NFM/TORDERPOS-NES

RDK: /NFM/TORDERPOS-NFS

BK: /NFM/TORDERPOS-NEB

Rate: /NFM/TORDERPOS-NKU

Base Value: /NFM/TORDERPOS-BWR

So, currently in ME22N when user enters some value in Rate (/NFM/TORDERPOS-NKU) the system does not take the value and displays the original one.

My requirement is to make the field accept the value the user enters and show back in the screen.

For eg: When ME22N is opened, suppose if the value displayed in Rate field is '900', then if user enter '1000' at that field and hit enter, the system does not accept and shows 900 back on the screen. But the requirement is to get 1000 on the screen field.

I could see one BADI '/NFM/ORDERPOS_DATA' but this does not trigger when a new value is entered in Rate field and hit enter.

Can anyone please let me know if there is any routine or correct process to handle this?

Many thanks in advance.

Sandy.

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2013 at 05:26 AM

    Hi Sandeep

    This i believe is already a custom field under a custom tab? If yes then check in your PAI of custom sub screen whether you are passing back the modifying value or not. The reason why it is happening is when each time you press enter PAI is triggered first and then PBO is triggered. The PBO is still fetching the old value may be because PAI has not updated the value.

    Nabheet

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