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Two Flow Types for Capital Increase

Hi Experts, I have the following situation: In the Fixed Term Deposit I created an additional flow type for Capital Increase since my client needs that a one single Investment should be created from two different house banks; therefore I created one additional Flow Type that increases capital but what happens now is that when entering the data for the Fixed Term Deposit my client has to select which flow type in the main Structure screen is there any way or configuration that can be donde so that the system suggest a Flow type and the other one will be just Other Changes in Capital Structure??



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    Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 07:19 AM

    Hello, Santiago.

    There is a proble of empy Flow type fields if you have 2 or more Flow types.


    Sample code:

      " Limit this code to specific product type where you have 2 flow types for
      IF pi_proxy_transaction->a_transaction-sgsart = '51A'.
        " We use field-symbol to enter our screen field,
        " becuase we are not able to update field directly.
        FIELD-SYMBOLS: <fs_mseg> TYPE ANY.
        ASSIGN ('(SAPLTM00)VTMHPTBWG-SFHAZBA') TO <fs_mseg>.
        " Always check if field-symbol is assigned to our field
        IF sy-subrc = 0.
          " Assign Flow type to screen field
          <fs_mseg> = '1100'.

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 03:36 AM

    Dear Santiago,

    Could you please help me to understand you issue. You are looking for customization so that when we enter deal for Fixed term deposit change in capital should automatically picked the flow which i feel not possible? Could you please elaborate your issue so that i can try to help you out.



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