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HI ALL,

What user exit should be used to supress the line item netpr field in production purchase order, if the items have an Info Record? The field is MEPO1211-NETPR.iam using ME21n transaction.

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Donald

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2005 at 01:38 PM

    hi donald,

    You can use BADI : ME_PROCESS_PO_CUST to set the net price field . In that badi PROCESS_ITEM method you read whether inforecord is there or not for that item and set the net price item using SET_DATA.

    rajkumar abbu

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2005 at 02:23 PM

    Hi,

    I think you can do it in customizing, see transaction OMF4..

    Select <b>ME21N</b> <b>details</b>, and then <b>Quantity and Price</b> and then mark "Display" checkbox for <b>Price and price unit</b>.

    Hope this helps..

    Sri

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2005 at 03:38 PM

    Hi,

    Here i am giving all the Exits for the T.CODE ME21...... have a look you will find the correct one with this Exits..

    <u><b>Exit Name Description</b></u>

    AMPL0001 User subscreen for additional data on

    AMPL

    LMEDR001 Enhancements to print program

    LMELA002 Adopt batch no. from shipping

    notification when posting a GR

    LMELA010 Inbound shipping notification:

    Transfer item data from IDOC

    LMEQR001 User exit for source determination

    LMEXF001 Conditions in Purchasing Documents

    Without Invoice Receipt

    LWSUS001 Customer-Specific Source

    Determination in Retail

    M06B0001 Role determination for purchase

    requisition release

    M06B0002 Changes to comm. structure for

    purchase requisition release

    M06B0003 Number range and document number

    M06B0004 Number range and document number

    M06B0005 Changes to comm. structure for

    overall release of requisn.

    M06E0004 Changes to communication structure

    for release purch. doc.

    M06E0005 Role determination for release of

    purchasing documents

    ME590001 Grouping of requsitions for PO split

    in ME59

    MEETA001 Define schedule line type (backlog,

    immed. req., preview)

    MEFLD004 Determine earliest delivery date f.

    check w. GR (only PO)

    MELAB001 Gen. forecast delivery schedules:

    Transfer schedule implem.

    MEQUERY1 Enhancement to Document Overview

    ME21N/ME51N

    MEVME001 WE default quantity calc. and over/

    underdelivery tolerance

    MM06E001 User exits for EDI inbound and

    outbound purchasing documents

    MM06E003 Number range and document number

    MM06E004 Control import data screens in

    purchase order

    MM06E005 Customer fields in purchasing document

    MM06E007 Change document for requisitions upon

    conversion into PO

    MM06E008 Monitoring of contr. target value in

    case of release orders

    MM06E009 Relevant texts for "Texts exist"

    indicator

    MM06E010 Field selection for vendor address

    MMAL0001 ALE source list distribution:

    Outbound processing

    MMAL0002 ALE source list distribution: Inbound

    processing

    MMAL0003 ALE purcasing info record

    distribution: Outbound processing

    MMAL0004 ALE purchasing info record

    distribution: Inbound processing

    MMDA0001 Default delivery addresses

    MMFAB001 User exit for generation of release

    order

    MRFLB001 Control Items for Contract Release

    Order

    Regards

    Sudheer

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