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Implementing form exit in SD

Hi,

I know hoe to implement an enhancement.

We go to include of that exit and write a code over there and then go to CMOD for assigning it to project.

But how do we implement form exit in SD? What is the process for it ?

I guess here we don't go in CMOD and SMOD, please correct me if I am wrong.

Can someone elaborate by giving an example...

Thanks.

Regards,

Tushar.

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2005 at 05:25 AM

    Hi Tushar,

    Form exits will execute just as the Perform statement of our se38 programs. SAP will be providing standard Form Exits for providing additional validations or some addtional operations.

    EX:Suppose if you have some zfields in vbak table and you want to populate the values for that feild while VA01 running , then you can go <b>MV45AFZZ</b> and in the form you can write code like this :

     FORM USEREXIT_MOVE_FIELD_TO_VBAK.
    
      vbak-zzfield = xxxx-zzfield2.
    
    ENDFORM.

    Like that SAP providing many form exits for different scenarios.

    Hope this Helps YOU.

    <i>Reward Points If It Helps YOU.</i>

    Regards,

    Raghav

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2005 at 06:48 AM

    hi Tushar,

    These r the following transaction codes for the SD

    enquiry - VA11

    Quotation ME41

    picking - VL70

    PGI - VL01

    PACKING - VPBD

    all the SD and MM tables are linked with the above transactions

    the tables are VBAK, VBAP, VBRK, VBRP, LIKP, LIPS, EKKO, EKPO

    Hope this helps u better.

    Regards,

    Nagarajan.

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