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Add attachment icon to Invoices tab in udm_supervisor

Hi Experts,

I have a new requirement, that is Adding Attachment Icon to Invoices Tab in UDM_SUPERVISOR T-code, currently this function is available in Notes Tab,

can you please advise BADI for this requirement if you know.

Thanks for Your Help!

Mahesh

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2015 at 07:26 AM

    Hi,

    If you working on ECC EHP5 and above follow the below approach .

    Adding Buttons to Process Receivables Screen

    1. Go to transaction SPRO.

    2. Execute the node: SAP Customizing Implementation Guide → Financial Supply Chain Management → Collections Management → Integration with Accounts Receivables Accounting → Receivables Processing → Define Additional Functions

    Handling Process Receivables Button Click

    1. Go to transaction SPRO.

    2. Execute the node: SAP Customizing Implementation Guide → Financial Supply Chain Management → Collections Management → Integration with Accounts Receivables Accounting → Receivables Processing → Customer Enhancements → BAdI: Function Code Processing for Additional Functions.

    Else if it below then am afraid you need to write an implicit enhancement in the subroutine GET_BUTTONS available in the include LFDM_COLL_INVOICE_FEF01 .

    Cheers !

    Nandkumar.

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