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CS_BOM_EXPL_MAT_V2

Hi,

We're using a Z report that shows, with the function module CS_BOM_EXPL_MAT_V2, an ALV with different information. The multilevel positions show the different BoMs for different levels. These BoMs are production BoMs. However I'd like that these function module also shows, for example, design BoMs for the different levels. ¿Is there any possible that the function module do this?

Thanks.

Regards.

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    Posted on Mar 05, 2015 at 11:24 PM

    Hello Oscar:

    First at all, you should configure a BOM Application to do what you want. Be carefull and configure a new Sel ID and BOM application to avoid impact in production order creation.

    In SPRO you can do this in Alternative Determination Section

    1. Define Order of Priority for BOM Usages - OS31

    Create a new SelID, and indicate Selection priority 1 and BOM Usage 2 Engineering/design

    2. Define application OS30

    Create a New Application and assign the SelID created in previous step.



    After that , you can test in CS12 (Explode BOM Multilevel) using the new BOM Application. Finally BOM application should be a parameter in your Z screen.

    I hope this help you.

    Kind regards,

    Milton

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    • Hi Milton,

      The problem was not that.

      I can select the bom usage at the select screen and the report displays either other usages as Design. The problem was that wether a position of any level had a Design BoM, the component of this BoM don't appear.

      I've solved it commenting the stlan field at the Exporting group of the function module CS_BOM_EXPL_MAT_V2 as shown:

      CALL FUNCTION 'CS_BOM_EXPL_MAT_V2'
      EXPORTING
      capid = 'ZP01'
      datuv = pm_datuv
      emeng = p_emeng
      mktls = 'X'
      mehrs = 'X'
      mtnrv = pm_mtnrv
      stlal = pm_stlal
      * stlan = pm_stlan
      werks = pm_werks
      * VRSVO = 'X'


      Thanks for all.


      Regards.

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