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Create Disconnect Document

I have a scenario where I need to be able to create a disconnect document for a specific device only.

Currently we have the system configured to create the dunning disconnect document at Level 2. I see that the standard SAP FM ISU_DUNNING_BLOCK_DEVICE_0350 is provided for this and this FM uses another FM within (ISU_DISCDOC_CREATE_DUNNING) to create the disconnect document based on the Contract Account.

But this FM is creating a disconnection document for all the devices (of the Contract Account). We would like to create this for a specific device only. For example, a Contract Account might have Water, Gas, and Electricity, the goal is to create a disconnect document for one device only (say Water).

Is this possible? If yes, can anyone provide some inputs as to how to accomplish this.

Appreciate your help.



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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 02:45 PM

    try badi ISU_SERVORD_EDCN (or something like that - i dont have access this morning).

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      Thanks William. This BAdi did the trick. I was able to control the device selection using this and now my EC86 for any document looks exactly like what is needed. Thanks again.

      @ Girish - Thank you, but we are not comfortable changing the configuration at this stage (have a lot of working pieces already).



  • Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 01:52 PM


    You can override the dunning procedure by maintaining it

    at contract level rather than contract account level. Since

    water, gas, electricity installations will have different contracts under the same contract account.

    Hope it helps.



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