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How to get date/time in MD07 Screen print copy

Dear SAP Gurus,

The date/time of MD07 (collective stock/requirement list) run is not getting captured when I am taking print out of MD07 Screen. However I could see in the layout hidden fields (in Print list-Variable screen) there is CPU time for MRP and Read Operating time fields, but when I select it is not showing any time.

Whereas the date of MD04 run is visible when I am taking print out of MD04 screen.

I want to get date/time in MD07 print copy for my filing and audit purpose.

Request you valuable input for the same.

Thanks in advance.

Best Regards,

R.Velmurugan.

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  • Posted on May 08, 2015 at 09:36 AM

    Hello,

    You can use user exit, M61X0002 or BAdi MD_ADD_COL_EZPS.

    Best Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    • Dear Brahmankar,

      Thanks for your continued guidance.

      I am working with Abaper for BAdi.

      Meanwhile I would like to know , whether there is any other standard evaluation report available equivalent to MD07 that will meet my need.

      My need is , I want to check Material availability with existing stock and with receipts and with traffic lights warning system.

      I have checked MD06 and MD46 somewhat similar (but may not be accurate in stock like MD07). In MD06 there is one processing date in initial screen. What is the purpose and meaning of it. Since I could not see any change in MRP list with or without processing date period.

      I just to want to confirm that BApi is the only solution to meet my requirement of having transaction run date in print copy of MD07 report.

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